Advertisement
Susanne Rust

Susanne Rust is an investigative reporter specializing in environmental issues. Before coming to the Los Angeles Times, she was the editor of Columbia University’s Energy & Environmental Reporting Project, where she oversaw several reporting projects, including a series that examined ExxonMobil’s understanding of climate science in the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s. Rust started her career in 2003 as a science reporter at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. She is the recipient of numerous journalism awards, and was a John S. Knight fellow at Stanford University in 2009, and the Center for Investigative Reporting’s environment reporter between 2010 and 2014.
High radiation levels found in giant clams near U.S. nuclear dump in Marshall Islands

Federal researchers have disclosed high levels of radiation in giant clams near where waste from U.S. nuclear testing was buried in the Marshall Islands.

Top advisor to Trump’s EPA is called out in major journal for his ‘fringe’ ideas

The EPA's process for assessing air pollution rules is being run by an industry-funded scientist with fringe views, researchers charged Thursday in a paper published in the journal Science. They're concerned that he and the EPA's current administration are eroding the agency's scientific integrity.

Advertisement
Advertisement