Northwest Science Writers Association

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NSWA Media Reception with Gina McCarthy

NSWA is hosting an intimate media reception and conversation with former EPA Administrator and first White House National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy on July 11. McCarthy will be in conversation with national energy reporter Amy Harder at an NSWA-hosted media event during the Bloomberg Green Festival.

Join in the conversation and ask burning questions about climate, sustainability, and the green energy transition. If you’ve ever wanted to ask an EPA Administrator what they really think, now’s your chance. Mix and mingle with other NSWA members, members of the local press, and Bloomberg Festival credentialed journalists.

More info here.

July 9: Book Club #3 – Eve

The July Book Club will feature Cat Bohannon’s best-seller, Eve: How the Female Body Drove 200 Million Years of Evolution. 

April 24: Field Reporting Panel

Are you interested in going on location to report important stories, but feel a little unprepared? Come to our panel on April 24 at 7:00 pm.

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