Tom Zeller, Jr.

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Tom Zeller Jr. "is an editor and writer for The New York Times covering alternative energy and green business.

"After a year as an editor at large for National Geographic magazine, Tom returned to The New York Times in July 2008. He spent much of the last decade as a reporter and editor covering various subjects for The Times ­-- from technology and cyberfraud to culture and politics. He was also the founder of The Lede, the paper's news blog, in 2006.

"Tom has won several awards for visual journalism and multimedia reporting from the Society of News Design and from the University of Navarra, Spain (Malofiej Awards), including prizes for a collection of essays and graphics lending historical context to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; an interactive reconstruction of the shooting of Amadou Diallo; and a multimedia documentary of a Louisiana plantation -- part of The Times's Pulitzer prize-winning "How Race Is Lived in America" series." [1]

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  1. Tom Zeller, Jr., New York Times, accessed January 27, 2009.