Dino Grandoni is a reporter on the national desk of The Washington Post, focused on covering the Environmental Protection Agency, climate change and other environmental issues. He previously was the author of a daily tipsheet on the energy and environmental policy, The Energy 202. Before The Post, he was the climate and energy reporter at BuzzFeed News, where he covered the intersection of science, industry and government. Before that, he co-wrote a series on ExxonMobil’s early climate-change research for a reporting project based at Columbia Journalism School and published in the Los Angeles Times. He has also been technology editor at the Huffington Post and a reporting fellow at the New York Times and the Atlantic.