Reporter focusing on climate change and environmentEducation: Brown University, BA in EnglishMaxine 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.Honors & Awards:
Dateline Award from the D.C. Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, 2021
Professional Affiliations: Society of Environmental Journalists, National Press Club
Citing the potential for financial instability caused by climate change, the Biden administration has issued a report that urges financial regulatory agencies to bolster capabilities, widen disclosures and run "scenarios." But the Financial Stability Oversight Council does not make specific instructions to agencies, likely to disappoint climate activists.