02 Mar '13, 1am

New York Times kills its 'Green' blog

Less than two months ago, The New York Times dissolved its environment desk , eliminating its two environment editor positions and reassigning those editors and seven reporters. Now the paper is swinging the hatchet again, shutting down the Green blog that had been home to original environmental reporting every weekday. The news was announced in a brief post on the blog today: The Times is discontinuing the Green blog, which was created to track environmental and energy news and to foster lively discussion of developments in both areas. This change will allow us to direct production resources to other online projects. But we will forge ahead with our aggressive reporting on environmental and energy topics, including climate change, land use, threatened ecosystems, government policy, the fossil fuel industries, the growing renewables sector and consumer choices. The paper s...

Full article: http://grist.org/news/new-york-times-kills-its-green-blog/

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