The New York Times Picks Hannah Fairfield to Lead Climate Coverage

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In a note from New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet, managing editor Joe Kahn and deputy managing editor Matt Purdy highlighting the reasons Hannah Fairfield is the best choice to serve as the new climate editor, they refer to a bit of her unique experiential knowledge, writing, “She grew up in Alaska, where the effects of rising temperatures are real and measurable.”

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