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, including a George Polk and John S. Oakes award for environmental reporting. In 2009, she and her colleague, Meg Kissinger, were selected as Pulitzer finalists. Rust was a John S. Knight fellow at Stanford University in 2009, and environment reporter at the Center for Investigative Reporting between 2010 and 2014.
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Two months after passing historic plastics legislation, state lawmakers send a half-dozen more bills to the governor’s desk to reduce waste.
Smaller than previous versions, the project is still huge, and is sure to be litigated by environmental groups and Sacramento-San Joaquin farmers.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed what is arguably the nation’s most sweeping and comprehensive plastic pollution law.
The legislation heads off what would be a costly and contentious ballot measure and pushes California ahead of the world in the fight against plastic waste.
Environmental groups are divided over a bill aimed at restricting single-use plastics that doesn’t go as far as a measure likely headed to the California ballot.
An industry front group, the ‘Environmental Solutions Coalition,’ is sending fliers claiming plastics restrictions will drive up costs.
The suspect, an 18-year-old white man from Conklin, N.Y., is in custody. The gunman wore body armor and livestreamed the massacre.