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Ben Geman

Energy and Environment Correspondent

Ben Geman is a National Journal Energy and Environment Correspondent, and has nearly a decade of experience on the beat.

Before joining National Journal he spent four years as an energy correspondent for The Hill, where he helped launch the paper's energy blog.

From 2004-2009, Ben was a reporter for Environment & Energy Publishing, writing for Greenwire and other E&E newsletters.

Ben also worked at the newsletter Inside EPA, and before moving to Washington, D.C. in 2002 he wrote for several Boston-area newspapers, including the Boston Phoenix.

Latest From Ben Geman

American Meteorological Society: Dem’s Climate-Funding Probe Sends ‘Chilling Message’

Group says Rep. Raul Grijalva's inquiry is a risk to academic freedom.

Watch Jim Inhofe Throw a Snowball on the Senate Floor

Aide confirms the underhand toss was caught by a page.

Democratic Congressman Draws Backlash Over Climate Funding Probe

Rep. Raul Grijalva wants to know if climate skeptics at several universities got industry funding. But is he engaged in a witch hunt?

Obama Vetoes Keystone Pipeline

The veto marks the first high-profile clash between the White House and Capitol Hill Republicans.

Obama Unveils Arctic Offshore Drilling Safety Rules

New Interior Department standards are supposed to make oil exploration off Alaska's coast safer, but environmentalists say development is too risky.

White House: Oil Price Drop Won’t Derail Climate Push

Don't worry: The drop in oil prices is helping the U.S. economy without hamstringing the administration's drive to cut carbon emissions.

Big Oil Chief: Industry Should Be 'Less Aloof' in Climate Fray

Royal Dutch Shell CEO Ben van Beurden says this is no time for big oil to be a shrinking violet.

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