Maria Gallucci, an energy and environment reporter based in New York, was awarded the 2017-18 UT Energy Journalism Fellowship in May 2017. Her term as Energy Journalism Fellow runs from Sept. 1, 2017 to Aug. 31, 2018.
Gallucci succeeds Lorne Matalon, a journalist reporting for National Public Radio in West Texas, and Russell Gold, senior energy reporter at The Wall Street Journal.
During her year on campus, Gallucci will research and write a non-fiction book on the clean energy transformation in the cargo shipping sector. From mainstream shipping companies developing biofuels and hybrid engines, to environmentalist sailors reviving wind-powered schooners, Gallucci will meet the entrepreneurs, innovators, and engineers who are working to tackle this final frontier in the low-carbon economy.
Gallucci is currently a science reporter at Mashable and was previously a reporter at InsideClimate News, International Business Times, and the independent magazine Makeshift. Prior to that, she worked as a journalist in Mexico City and Honduras.
Her work has appeared in a variety of global publications, including the Associated Press, Reuters, Bloomberg, El País, Deutsche Welle, and Yale Environment 360. She also received the SPJ Deadline Club’s 2013 Reporting by Independent Digital Media Award for co-authoring the e-book “Bloomberg’s Hidden Legacy.”
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