Darryl Fears
Reporter

Darryl Fears has worked at The Washington Post for more than a decade, mostly as a reporter on the National staff. He currently covers the environment, focusing on the Chesapeake Bay and issues affecting wildlife.

Latest by Darryl Fears

Up to 32% of seafood imported to U.S. is caught illegally

Up to 32% of seafood imported to U.S. is caught illegally

Illegal fishing is a major concern because the world’s oceans can barely sustain legal seafood harvests.

Federal appeals court upholds EPA mercury rules

A DC federal appeals court rejected challengers who said EPA rule was too costly and flawed.

U.N. panel says more is needed to avoid a climate disaster

U.N. panel says more is needed to avoid a climate disaster

The latest report from top climate scientists says the world has not done enough to avoid a global disaster.

Before Washington mudslide, warnings of the unthinkable

Before Washington mudslide, warnings of the unthinkable

As search continues for the missing, geologists question why new homes were built in the susceptible area.