About the bloggers
Julie Eiperin is a born-and-bred Washingtonian who joined The Washington Post in March 1998 as its House of Representatives reporter. Since April of 2004 she has served as the Post's national environmental reporter, reporting on science, policy and politics in areas including climate change, oceans, and air quality. In pursuit of these stories she has gone scuba diving with sharks in the Bahamas, trekking on the Arctic tundra with Selma Hayek and Jake Gyllenhaal, and searching on her hands and knees for rare insects in the caves of Tennessee. Juliet launched the Post Carbon blog in December 2009. In the wake of the Deepwater Horizon explosion in April 2010, Ms. Eilperin wrote several investigative pieces exposing the lack of federal oversight over offshore drilling. Look out for Ms. Eilperin's second book, "Demon Fish: Travels Through the Hidden World of Sharks," to be published in June 2011 by Pantheon.
David Fahrenthold is a reporter on the national staff of the Washington Post. He has worked at the Post since 2000, and covered the environment since 2006. This year, he has written about the Chesapeake Bay, the Potomac River, climate change, the BP oil spill, coal mining and the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.
Steven Mufson covers energy for the Post and is a member of the financial staff. Mufson started his career working for six years at The Wall Street Journal in New York, London and Johannesburg. He came to the Post in 1989; since then he has covered U.S. economic policy, China and diplomacy. He also spent four years as one of the editors of the weekly Outlook section.
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