The National Press Foundation has chosen 20 journalists for in-depth training on the environment.

Over four days, journalists will look at proposed budget cuts and how changes at the Environmental Protection Agency and elsewhere could affect the environment. They will also learn about rules and regulations that could be rolled back, water use out West, the latest scientific research on the environment, and the outlook for clean energy and climate treaties.

The training will take place June 18-21 in Washington, D.C.

The journalists are:

Julie Cart | CALmatters

Warren Cornwall | Science

Amy Dalrymple | The Bismarck Tribune (North Dakota)

Lucas Daprile | TCPalm (Stuart, Florida)

Jennifer Dlouhy | Bloomberg

John Flesher | The Associated Press

Steve Hardy | The Advocate (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

Frank Kummer | The Philadelphia Inquirer

Sharon Lerner | The Intercept

Chris Megerian | Los Angeles Times

Elvina Nawaguna | CQ Roll Call

Kendra Pierre-Louis | Popular Science

Doyle Rice | USA Today

Max Roth | KSTU Fox 13 (Salt Lake City, Utah)

Nathan Rott | NPR

Liz Ruskin | Alaska Public Radio

Sara Sneath | The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Marisa Venegas | Freelance

Joe Wertz | StateImpact Oklahoma

Jie Jenny Zou | Center for Public Integrity

 

Funding for this training is provided by the Walton Family Foundation.