Dennis Dimick serves as Executive Editor for the Environment at National Geographic magazine, where he leads coverage of energy, climate, and sustainability issues. He guided the creation of a single-topic issue on global freshwater in April 2010, and architected a year-long 2011 series called “7 Billion,” on global population and its impact. The magazine’s climate change and energy projects have received awards from the Society of Environmental Journalists, the Overseas Press Club, and Pictures of the Year International. In addition, he has co-organized the Aspen Environment Forum since its inception. He previously worked at newspapers in Oregon and Washington, and for The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Kentucky. Dimick holds degrees in agriculture and agricultural journalism from Oregon State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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