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Ben Geman

Energy and Environment Correspondent

bgeman@nationaljournal.com

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

Obama Reaches for Green Legacy, But Will History Books Agree?

This is second-term Obama. A president who routinely reminds people that he never has to run for office again using the power of the executive branch to sidestep an opposition Congress to accomp...

GOP Contenders Attack Obama on Climate at Koch Summit

Ted Cruz questions climate science, accuses Obama of siding with 'California environmentalist billionaires' over workers.

Obama Wildlife Agency Wants to Speak with Cecil the Lion’s Killer ‘Immediately’

Capitol Hill Democrats, meanwhile, are pressing the Interior Department to finalize a rule to better protect African lions.

Hillary Clinton’s Showdown With the House Benghazi Committee Is Really Happening

The GOP-led panel said the Democratic White House front-runner's public appearance in October has been finalized.

Obama Wildlife Agency ‘Deeply Concerned’ with Killing of Cecil the Lion

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says it's ready to assist officials in Zimbabwe after the death of beloved lion.

Can Hillary Clinton Make Her 2016 Bid Carbon-Neutral?

The campaign promised to offset its carbon footprint. But it's not an easy task, and details are few and far between.

Benghazi Panel Republicans Postpone Hearing After Deal on State Department Documents

The committee had been planning to make John Kerry's top aide testify Wednesday.

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