Sign up here.</a>"/>Sign up here.</a>"/>Sign up here.</a>"/>

Maxine Joselow

Washington, D.C.

Reporter focusing on climate change and environment

Education: Brown University, BA in English

Maxine Joselow is a staff writer who anchors The Climate 202 at The Washington Post. Joselow came to The Post from E&E News, an environmental publication that is part of Politico.
Latest from Maxine Joselow

How $90 million could help U.S. buildings withstand climate disasters

The grants are for implementing stronger codes for new and renovated construction as climate disasters mount.

July 12, 2023

Why a $90 million push could help U.S. buildings withstand climate disasters

Funding from the infrastructure law comes as floods and heat waves batter the nation and gives Biden another chance to use climate carrots instead of sticks.

July 12, 2023

Biden is pushing contractors to cut emissions. The GOP is pushing back.

House Republicans call the Biden proposal an attempt to penalize companies that rely on fossil fuels.

July 11, 2023

House Republicans target the Pentagon’s use of electric vehicles

Conservatives are filing anti-EV amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act.

July 10, 2023

How the Supreme Court could thwart Biden's plan to electrify cars

Conservative groups are citing the “major questions doctrine,” which says Congress must explicitly authorize federal agencies to address matters of political or economic significance, in their effort to overturn the rule.

July 6, 2023

The EPA is racing to spend $27 billion the GOP wants to repeal

The Inflation Reduction Act requires the Environmental Protection Agency to spend the money dedicated to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund by Sept. 30, 2024 or return the money to Congress.

July 5, 2023

Renewables are getting oil-rich Texas through scorching heat

The nation’s top oil-and-gas-producing state has kept the lights on because of abundant solar panels, wind turbines and giant batteries.

June 29, 2023

Maine's governor vetoes offshore wind bill, breaking with Biden's labor pledge

Janet Mills (D) said the measure could exclude a majority of the state’s construction workers because of its labor standards.

June 28, 2023

Climate change is fueling an insurance crisis. There’s no easy fix.

Insurance companies are pulling back from disaster-prone California, Florida and Louisiana.

June 27, 2023

How hydrogen subsidies could cause a 'doom loop' for the climate

There's a lobbying blitz over guidance on how hydrogen producers can qualify for climate law tax credits.

June 23, 2023