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Mike Munsell and Jillian Goodman Join Heatmap News

Mike Munsell and Jillian Goodman Join Heatmap News

The climate news website Heatmap News announced today the hiring of Jillian Goodman as Deputy Editor and Mike Munsell as VP of Sales. Jillian most recently served as Opinion Editor for The Information and previously was Deputy Editor for Bloomberg Green, Politics Editor for Bloomberg Businessweek, and Associate Editor at Fast Company. She has also held positions at New York Magazine.

Mike comes from the founding team at Canary Media where he headed up sales as their Director of Growth. He also was the author of a regular column, Climate Meets Culture. Previously he led marketing for Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and prior to that for GTM Research, a division of Greentech Media.

Editor in Chief and CEO Nico Lauricella said, “Jillian and Mike both bring tremendous experience and fresh perspectives that will build on Heatmap’s strong foundation forged over the past nine months. With Jillian as Deputy Editor and Mike as VP of Sales, we are investing in team members who will help expand our footprint in the months and years to come. We are thrilled to have them on board.”

About Heatmap: Since launching earlier this year, Heatmap’s original reporting has broken stories and provided invaluable analysis on the biggest news in climate, energy, and sustainability, covering everything from hydrogen policy to wildfire smoke to electric vehicles. We’ve debunked the notion that building electric vehicles will require fewer workers, dived early and deep into renewable energy’s difficult year, quantified the unprecedented impact of the wildfire smoke event on the East Coast, and assembled the first comprehensive database of the government’s grants under the Inflation Reduction Act. Our newsroom has also launched an inaugural Heatmap Climate Poll, reported extensively on emerging decarbonization trends, created practical guides on how to navigate our changing planet, and more.

Heatmap has built a large, influential audience of readers who care about climate and sustainability and appreciate the breaking news, insights and analysis from our editorial team of 12 full-time journalists and 25 contributors. Our community is not just passionate about climate change and decarbonization; it's also a highly influential network of decision-makers, business leaders, government and NGO officials, entrepreneurs, VC's, legal and policy experts, academics, journalists and concerned consumers who take action.

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