Enterprise journalist: climate, environment, energy.

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Ingrid Lobet is an investigative journalist at inewsource who has covered and edited stories on climate, energy and the environment for 15 years. Winner of several national awards including IRE, Edward R. Murrow, Scripps Howard and the Polk (team). In addition to winning IRE award, been a finalis...

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@LatinoUSA DOJ indictment of Russians says bank accounts were opened with the contact wokeaztec@outlook.com.
Correction: Only 15% of the gasoline is used to move the *vehicle.* Then some additional is used to move the passengers. Still "about 60% lost from the internal combustion engine alone."
It's worse than you thought: Most of the gas in your car is wasted, as heat. Only 15% moves the wheels - 9th edition ACS chemistry textbook Chemistry in Context. https://t.co/JFQ2pSemfL
RT @hydromet_man: Update on Donner Summit snow drought: 2018 now the lowest SWE in SNOTEL record for Feb 11. Current SWE percentile… https://t.co/q5ozE2I21v
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Finalist - Investigative Reporters and Editors

2013 - Investigations triggered by breaking news
"A Deadly Explosion," Houston Chronicle, Ingrid Lobet, Lise Olsen, Yang Wang, Tony Freemantle, Peggy Fikac, Patti Hart, John Tedesco, Matthew Tresaugue and Eric Berger

Texas Associated Press Managing Editors (team)

OVERALL STAR BREAKING NEWS REPORT OF THE YEAR: Dug Begley, Dane Schiller, Michelle Casady, Mike Tolson, Claudia Feldman, Eric Berger, Ingrid Lobet, Yang Wang, Cindy George, Lisa Falkenberg, Dale Lezon, Allan Turner, David Rauf, John Tedesco, Houston Chronicle.