Teresa Yinmeng Liu
Teresa Yinmeng Liu is an environmental writer for GreenSmith Public Affairs. She reports for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation examining coastal resiliency restoration work after Hurricane Sandy. Recently, her work was cited in a report in Cape May Herald, a newspaper in New Jersey.
Before joining GreenSmith Public Affairs, she worked as a city government reporter for The Union, a newspaper in the Sacramento region. She covered city council meetings, and reported on municipal and state elections. She won first place award for her coverage of the bark beetles epidemic in California for Best Environmental Story in the 2017 Better Newspapers Contest hosted by the California Newspaper Publishers Association.
Her stories have appeared in outlets such as USA Today, UPI, McClatchy,Kansas City Star, Military Times and The Frederick News-Post.
Teresa earned her master’s degree in Journalism at Northwestern University in 2015.