Fischer has been with Environmental Health Science since 2008, when he joined to help launch DailyClimate.org.
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Environmental Health Sciences is a nonpartisan, nonprofit news and science organization that aims to drive good science into public policy and public discussion on our environment and health, including climate change.
We’ve been at this since 2002.
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We have won national and international awards for our work. And we are passionate about driving science into public discussion and policy on environmental health, justice and climate issues.
Myers founded Environmental Health Sciences in 2002 and is an Adjunct Professor of Chemistry at Carnegie Mellon University.
Bienkowski joined EHN in 2012 and had an immediate impact, anchoring a reporting team that won an Oakes Award honorable mention.
As research director, Pyle defines the type and sources of news offered on the EHN and Daily Climate websites.
Dykstra's deep history in environmental journalism has netted him shares in an Emmy, a Peabody, and a DuPont-Columbia award.
Award-winning journalist Marusic joined EHS in 2018 to cover environmental health and justice in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania.