Steve Gregory Environment and Science Editor
Steve Gregory is KPCC's Environment and Science Editor.
He joined KPCC’s editorial ranks in 2013. Prior to that, he was an editor at Marketplace for eight years. There, Steve oversaw coverage of Washington and the 2012 presidential race. He also produced a series of on-location interviews between host Kai Ryssdal and CEOs such as Eric Schmidt, Elon Musk, Meg Whitman, and Bob Iger as well as a special series on climate change.
Steve cut his teeth in radio at "Living on Earth," the weekly environmental issues show. He also has had extensive print experience, working as both a freelance and full-time reporter for publications such as the "Los Angeles Times," "The New York Times," "U.S. News & World Report," and Copley Newspapers. In 1994, he covered Mexico’s presidential election for Copley News Service in Mexico City.
Steve earned a bachelor degree in history at the University of Michigan and a master’s degree in environmental studies at Antioch New England Graduate School
Stories by Steve Gregory
Pointing to almost two dozen recent violations of lead standards, the AQMD seeks to stop maintenance work at the already-closed Exide Technologies plant in Vernon.