Sean Greene is an assistant data and graphics editor, focused on visual storytelling at the Los Angeles Times. Born in Los Angeles, Greene is an alumnus of UCLA and the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. He started working for The Times in 2014.
Latest From This Author
One of America’s reddest states is seeking 100% clean energy. But does hydropower count as clean?
Sept. 26, 2023
California is moving forward with new water conservation rules that would require some suppliers to make cuts of 20% or more by 2025.
Sept. 7, 2023
With the emergency phase of COVID-19 over, a Los Angeles Times analysis shows how the pandemic took different tolls on L.A. County and New York City.
Aug. 7, 2023
We have tallied the rains and are tracking the snowmelt. Yes, there is water now. But the West is still in a long-term drought.
June 12, 2023
Between July 2021 and March of this year, statewide water savings were about 7%, a Los Angeles Times analysis has found.
June 12, 2023
This year California’s snowpack reached record-high levels — 40 million acre-feet at its peak in April. Melted, that would be enough to hypothetically drape almost 5 inches of water across the entire state of California.
June 8, 2023
Flying over the Sierra Nevada, teams are using lasers to measure California’s vast snowpack, tracking flood risks as the snow melts.
May 15, 2023