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In a memo to staff, Global Business Editor Noreen Gillespie announced that Taiwo Adebayo will join AP to cover the intersection of climate and business in Africa:
A first-of-its-kind collaboration between The Associated Press and the Press Trust of India resulted in seven powerful climate and environment stories co-published by both organizations.
In a memo to staff on Monday, Global Climate and Environment News Director Peter Prengaman announced two new hires to AP’s Climate and Environment team:
AP announced today a major initiative that will transform the way the news agency covers climate and its impact on the world.
With funding from the Walton Family Foundation, AP has added two journalists to cover water issues in the U.S. They start today.