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Joaquin Sapien


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Since joining ProPublica in May 2008, reporter Joaquin Sapien has delved into criminal justice, military healthcare, and environmental issues. In 2010 he partnered with the Sarasota Herald-Tribune to produce an award-winning series of stories about contaminated drywall. In 2009 he was part of a team whose work on natural gas drilling won the Society of Professional Journalists award for online non-deadline investigative reporting. From 2005 until 2008 he was a reporter for the Center for Public Integrity, where he led a year-long investigative project, “Superfund’s Toxic Legacy,” which received the 2007 Society of Professional Journalists award for non-deadline online reporting. Before joining CPI, Sapien wrote for Environmental Media Services.

Drilling Wastewater Disposal Options in N.Y. Report Have Problems of Their Own

A New York environmental report lists options for disposing of wastewater that would result from drilling in the Marcellus Shale, but the operators of those facilities say those options aren't feasible, presenting another obstacle to future drilling.

New York City Calls for Drilling Ban in Watershed, Rejects State Study

ew York City officials have called for a ban on natural gas drilling within the city’s 2,000-square-mile upstate watershed and urged Albany to withdraw its controversial draft environmental review for drilling across the state.

EPA Attorneys Criticize Obama Nominee

Likely EPA Pick Hit for Jersey Record

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