Suzanne Goldenberg, Washington Post

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Past articles by Suzanne:

Saleem Kidwai, scholar who unearthed long-buried literature on gay love in India, dies at 70

His volume “Same-Sex Love in India” was regarded as a foundational text for queer studies in India and in recent years was cited in petitions to the country’s supreme court to end the criminalization of homosexuality. → Read More

Suzanne Goldenberg

Suzanne Goldenberg is the US environment correspondent of the Guardian and is based in Washington DC. She has won several awards for her work in the Middle East, and in 2003 covered the US invasion of Iraq from Baghdad. She is author of Madam President, about Hillary Clinton's historic run for White House → Read More

How role-playing shaped the Clintons' marriage

From the beginning of their career, Hillary was better paid than Bill. Is it then so surprising that she made a bid for the highest office there is? → Read More

From field to fork: the six stages of wasting food

Americans chuck out two tonnes of food a second – be it at the farm for being ‘ugly’ or at the table because we’re too finicky → Read More

Half of all US food produce is thrown away, new research suggests

The demand for ‘perfect’ fruit and veg means much is discarded, damaging the climate and leaving people hungry → Read More

Clinton could run on strongest climate platform ever

Democrats’ draft platform won’t be ratified until the convention, but climate activists are already hailing it as a ‘monumental victory’, reports the Guardian → Read More

Hillary Clinton could run on strongest climate change platform ever

The Democrats’ draft platform won’t be ratified until the convention, but climate activists are already hailing it as a ‘monumental victory’ → Read More

Arctic sea ice hits a new low in June

Ice cover disappeared at an average rate of 29,000 miles a day. → Read More

Rising seas are lapping at the doors of Trump’s real estate empire

“You’re fired!” says the ocean. → Read More

Arctic sea ice crashes to record low for June

From mid-June onwards, ice cover disappeared at an average rate of 29,000 miles a day, about 70% faster than the typical rate of ice loss, experts say → Read More

Water world: rising tides close in on Trump, the climate change denier

Climate change has barely registered as a 2016 campaign issue, but in Florida, the state which usually decides the presidential election, the waters are lapping at the doors of Donald Trump’s real estate empire → Read More

Climate scientists urge Obama to rule out more Arctic oil and gas exploration

Letter asking the president to prevent future hunting for oil in the waters follows a series of new heat and melting records in the Arctic, which stunned researchers → Read More

Biggest US coal company funded dozens of groups questioning climate change

Analysis of Peabody Energy court documents show company backed trade groups, lobbyists and thinktanks dubbed ‘heart and soul of climate denial’ → Read More

US adopts near total ban on commercial ivory trade

Barack Obama tightens restriction on sale of elephant ivory within the US to clamp down on illegal trade → Read More

Spike in Alaska wildfires is worsening global warming, US says

Report from US Geological Survey says northern wildfires must now be seen as significant driver of climate change, not just a side-effect → Read More

ExxonMobil tried to censor climate scientists to Congress during Bush era

Exclusive: 2001 intervention adds to evidence that oil company was aware of the science and its implications for government policy and the energy industry → Read More

Oil company records from 1960s reveal patents to reduce CO2 emissions in cars

ExxonMobil and others pursued research into technologies, yet blocked government efforts to fight climate change for more than 50 years, findings show → Read More

Obama's methane rule an aggressive step toward tackling climate change

White House announces new regulations to cut methane emissions – a climate pollutant – from the oil and gas industry almost in half → Read More

UN climate science chief: it's not too late to avoid dangerous temperature rise

Hoesung Lee, head of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, voices hope in battle against 2C increase in warming but warns of ‘phenomenal’ costs → Read More

World Bank: Asia coal power plant plans are 'disaster for climate'

Experts say proposed power plants in India, China, Vietnam and Indonesia would blow Paris climate deal if they move ahead, reports the Guardian → Read More