New York Times Adds Climate Editor After Slashing Environmental Coverage
About 19 months after closing down its special team of environmental reporters, the New York Times has named Adam Bryant as editor overseeing climate change and environmental issues for the paper’s science coverage. Bryant announced the news on Twitter on Tuesday, noting that he will scale back his other responsibilities at the Times as part of the move. Bryant had been serving as a columnist for “Corner Office,” in which he interviewed chief executives on management and leadership. The column had run twice a week but will now run once a week, according to his Twitter post.
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