Andrew Green

Web Editor  The Center for Public Integrity

Andrew Green joined the Center in July 2008 as web editor. Green graduated from Northwestern University in 2004 with a degree in journalism and a double major in political science. Following graduation he spent a year in Zambia on a Fulbright Grant, studying the development of the country’s independent media. Most recently he served as a fellow at The American Prospect. He has written for In These TimesGlobal JournalistThe (Louisville) Courier-Journal, and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, among other publications.

A look at the different business interests at Copenhagen and how they have worked to affect the treaty

A look at an emerging industry player: Global carbon markets

A Duke Energy representative talks to ICIJ about what they hope to get out of a climate treaty

Members of the agricultural industry explain their process for lobbying, both in their home countries, and in Copenhagen

The ICIJ team in Copenhagen talks to representatives from the electric and natural gas industries to learn what they want out of a potential

Alternative energy groups describe their strategies for making their messages heard in Copenhagen and beyond

A look at domestic lobbying efforts, ahead of Copenhagen conference

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The news may spell economic doom and gloom, but seems there’s hardly been a better time to be a civil or criminal investigator. PaperTrail’s

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This marks one of PaperTrail’s favorite weeks of the year. No, not Spring Break. Sunshine Week....

PaperTrail, as our name implies, delights in accessing government records and reports. Now, to celebrate the mid-point of Sunshine Week, her