Eric Roston

Eric Roston

Eric Roston
Sustainability Editor, Bloomberg

Eric Roston is's editor for energy, natural resources and sustainability news, and author of the critically acclaimed book, The Carbon Age. Bloomberg Sustainability News launched in 2011 as a way for readers to keep up with what businesses are doing, or need to be doing, as global competition intensifies for strategic resources. The site draws on the work of 2,300 Bloomberg journalists, from 146 bureaus in 72 countries. Roston came to Bloomberg after working as a senior analyst on the National Commission on the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling. Before this short stint in government, he was associated with the Nicholas Institute of Duke University and a member of Monitor Talent, the speaker's bureau and advisory based in Cambridge, Mass. Previously, Roston wrote for TIME, in its Washington bureau, where he covered economics, politics and technology. An eyewitness to the collapse of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, Roston was a part of the reporting team that won a National Magazine Award for best single-issue coverage. In September 2002, Roston became a part of TIME's Washington bureau, covering politics, energy, science, and health issues. Roston, who is fluent in Russian, holds an M.A. in Russian history, and a B.A. in modern European history, both from Columbia University.


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