With a background in economics and political affairs, Ken Silverstein has spent two decades covering corporate and public policy. He has worked as a beat reporter, a Washington, D.C.-bureau chief and an editor. His focus has been on the energy sector and he has won a number of awards for his coverage.
He is editor in chief for Business Sector Media as well as a columnist for Forbes. His work, generally, has been both published and sourced in a wide range of news outlets.
He can be reached at Ken@businesssectormedia.com or 970-377-9505 x3
The Democratically-controlled California state legislature wants to “Preserve California” as a way to defeat any attempt by the Trump administration to rollback the state’s clean air and clean water rules now in place.
Gwinnett County, Georgia is taking part in a water program that could become a harbinger of the future: The Global Cities Team Challenge is smart city project that will employ so-called smart water meters that help crews find and fix water leaks sooner than in the past.
In his first public pronouncement since being confirmed as the Environmental Protection Agency’s administrator, Scott Pruitt said that growing jobs and the economy while promoting the environment are consistent with one another.
The official confirmation of Scott Pruitt to lead the Environmental Protection Agency has implications across the business board, with the fossil fuel companies generally favoring his ideas while the hi-tech giants oppose them.