Cheryl Hogue, Senior Correspondent
Areas of coverage: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulation of chemicals; international climate change policy; global environmental treaties; governance of geoengineering; EPA research; federal regulatory policies.
Cheryl brings decades of experiencing covering national and international issues including water pollution, climate change, and regulation of commercial chemicals. She has an M.S. in environmental sciences and policy from the Johns Hopkins University and a B.S. in biology from the College of William & Mary. In her spare time, Cheryl dons binoculars and seeks out warblers, hawks, and other birds. She also grows bodacious tomatoes.