Naveena Sadasivam

Naveena Sadasivam is a staff writer covering the environment, energy and climate change at Grist. She previously covered environmental issues at the Texas Observer, InsideClimate News and ProPublica. At ProPublica, she was part of a team that reported on the water woes of the West, a project that was a 2016 Pulitzer Prize finalist for national reporting. She has a degree in chemical engineering and a master’s in environmental and science reporting from New York University and was a 2017 Ida B. Wells fellow at Type Investigations. You can contact her at [email protected] and follow her work on Twitter.


The ExxonMobil refinery in Baytown. Officials in the Virgin Islands are currently looking into whether the oil giant misled its shareholders, but Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed a court brief hoping to stop the investigation.
Environment

Paxton: ExxonMobil Climate Investigation Must Be Stopped

Texas' attorney general is seeking to block a Virgin Islands investigation into whether the oil giant misled the public and shareholders about climate science.

Texas' attorney general is seeking to block a Virgin Islands investigation into whether the oil giant misled the public and shareholders about climate science. Read More

Big Bend -- Pete Gallego and Will Hurd district
Border

Big Bend Becomes Congressional Battleground

Pete Gallego’s going green in a bid to reclaim the purple district for Democrats.

Will Hurd's challenger, former congressman Pete Gallego, is going green in a bid to reclaim the deep purple district around Big Bend for Democrats. Read More

El Paso Electric has proposed charging customers with rooftop solar panels an additional $11 each month.
Economy

There Goes the Sun

The sun city may soon be charging residents extra for solar power, joining a growing number of utilities that treat solar as a threat to their businesses. Read More

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