Felicity Barringer

Reporter, The New York Times

As a reporter for the New York Times, Felicity Barringer has been on the environment beat since 2003. She frequently delves into issues like the consequences of coal-fired power, western water shortages in an era of expanding droughts and California’s attack on climate change. She got her start with the paper in 1986 as a correspondent in Moscow, where she covered the Chernobyl disaster. Between her Moscow years and her current beat, she has edited or written for the Foreign, National, Business and Review sections.

Climate One Appearances