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Environmental Science Writer

The New York Times Company
620 Eighth Avenue
New York, New York 10018
United States

Company Description: The New York Times Company is a diversified media company, including newspapers, Internet businesses, a radio station, investments in paper mills and other...   more
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Per Square Mile, 2 Oct 2014 [cached]
Justin Gillis, reporting for the New York Times:
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Justin Gillis is an Environmental Journalist for The New York Times.
Justin Gillis is an Environmental Journalist for The New York Times.
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New York Times reporter Justin Gillis told an audience of about 80 people gathered Tuesday night at College of the Atlantic that the issue of climate change has been hotly debated in recent years but poorly understood. The public needs to demand more action from their governmental leaders on the issue, he said, and it needs to demand better coverage of the issue from the media. Even though there is no widely held scientific data that supports climate change deniers' arguments, in his reporting he does not ignore the position of such "deniers" entirely because they do have political influence. Gillis was equally critical of international efforts to mediate environmental treaties between nations because they haven't worked. "The governments of the world have dragged their feet in meeting their own stated goals largely because not much pressure is coming from their citizens," he said.
Track Your Diet - Gain lean muscle, lose fat, and look great -, 1 July 2000 [cached]
According to Justin Gillis, a staff writer for the Washington Post, more than 45 companies worldwide are trying to develop new obesity drugs, and the stakes couldn't be higher. Gillis writes, "In world where a blockbuster drug is worth $1 billion a year in sales, analysts give $5 billion as the low estimate for sales of an important obesity drug.
OpticsReport - Optics Opportunities Exposed - Bridging the gap between technical breakthroughs and the venture community, 15 July 2003 [cached]
Justin Gillis, staff reporter for the Washington Post, reviewed the site at the recent BIO 2003 biotechnology conference and called the content "clear as a bell."
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