Harry Stevens

Washington, D.C.

Graphics reporter

Education: Columbia University, MS in Journalism; University of Puget Sound, BA in International Relations

Harry Stevens is a graphics reporter at The Washington Post. He was part of a team at The Post that won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting for the series “2C: Beyond the Limit.” Stevens came to The Post from Axios, where he designed news graphics and worked on data-driven investigations. Stevens's journalism career has also included stints at the Hindustan Times in New Delhi, India, and the Salt Lake Tribune in Utah.
Latest from Harry Stevens

    Tracking the political appointees Biden is nominating to fill the top roles in his administration

    Follow the president-elect’s progress filling nearly 800 positions, among the 1,200 that require Senate confirmation, in this tracker from The Washington Post and the Partnership for Public Service.

    November 23, 2021
    • Analysis

    Competitive House districts are getting wiped off the map

    Fifteen states have finalized congressional boundaries for 2022 midterms, with Republicans and Democrats gerrymandering maps to build competitive advantages, a Post analysis shows.

    November 23, 2021

    COP26 in Glasgow may have a record carbon footprint, despite low-flush loos and veggie haggis

    It could be responsible for twice as much carbon as the summits in Madrid and Paris, and four times as much as those in Copenhagen and Durban, South Africa, according to figures compiled by The Washington Post.

    November 12, 2021

      2C or 1.5C? How global climate targets are set and what they mean

      A preliminary draft of the COP26 agreement released on Wednesday “reaffirms” the Paris agreement goal of limiting warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius but doesn't commit to the more ambitious 1.5C target.

      November 10, 2021

        Experience a COP26 protest over a proposed U.K. oil field in 360 video

        Activists demonstrate over a proposal before the British government to develop an oil field projected to produce some 170 million barrels of oil over the next 25 years.

        November 9, 2021

          National climate pledges are too weak to avoid catastrophic warming. Most countries are on track to miss them anyway.

          See which countries are on track to meet their pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions ahead of COP26 climate summit.

          November 3, 2021

            Texas GOP lawmakers’ redistricting map protects congressional incumbents while avoiding a new Latino-majority seat

            Lawmakers in the state Senate, making the first move to redraw House maps, chose to strengthen incumbents against future demographic change rather than draw districts that might be more competitive but risky.

            September 27, 2021
            • Analysis

            Map proposals show how parties hope to gain from new congressional boundaries

            The Washington Post analyzed proposed U.S. House district boundaries in Oregon, Indiana and Colorado as redistricting debates unfold in state capitals.

            September 17, 2021