Daniel Woldorff
Daniel Woldorff

Daniel Woldorff

Daniel Woldorff is a podcast producer for Catalyst, The Big Switch, and the Webby-award-winning Where the Internet Lives. He helped to launch all three shows and previously worked on The Interchange, The Energy Gang, ModeShift, Illuminators, and Climate2020. He has covered climate technology and business for five years and was the company’s first employee. Before getting his start in audio at D.C.’s NPR station WAMU, he worked in sustainable food as the first employee of sustainable food company Seal the Seasons. He has a B.A. in public policy from Duke University and lives in Durham, North Carolina.

Daniel Woldorff is a contributing writer to Latitude Media.
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Former Tesla exec Drew Baglino: AI load growth won’t be 'as dramatic as people think'

Drew Baglino countered concerns about rising load growth, transmission bottlenecks, and mineral requirements.

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Four ways to move big, heavy things

Relying on batteries alone is impractical for planes, ships, and big trucks. Energy Impact Partners’ Andy Lubershane outlines four alternatives.

A syngas facility in South Africa.
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Carbon removal

Ten ways to use carbon dioxide

Julio Friedmann talks the future of recycled carbon.

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The challenging economics of battery recycling

Columbia University's Dan Steingart talks about the shortage of end-of-life lithium-ion cells — and why battery recycling is hard right now.

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Four technologies for surviving the ‘electricity gauntlet’ for utilities

Energy Impact Partners’ Andy Lubershane on how address the grid's twin challenges of booming electricity demand and stalling supply

Battery workers in California
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Why labor shortages pose 'serious challenges' to U.S. battery supply chain

Skillsets like chemistry and chemical engineering are in short supply, even as investment in factories grows.

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Indonesia’s nickel industry is the ‘poster child of tradeoffs’ for the battery economy

The critical supplier of battery minerals faces growing criticism for environmental and social harms. How do we balance the harms and benefits?

Hydropower in Brazil
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Seven trends that give us a window into the state of decarbonization

A roundup of 2024 highlights from a longtime climate tech analyst

Green steel production
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With climate venture capital down, industrial investments had a ‘breakout year’ in 2023

Sightline’s Kim Zou says megarounds for steel startups drove investment growth in industry, while alternative protein and vertical farming startups underperformed.

Aerial view of the forest in Guatemala, post-reforestation
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A carbon removal expert on how to fix carbon markets: ‘Buyers were misled’

Ryan Orbuch: Voluntary carbon markets need an overhaul – and changes are already underway.