Web site: http://www.toledoblade.com/
About: Tom Henry is a Michigan native who began his 30-year journalism career at The Bay City (Mich.) Times. He created The (Toledo) Blade's environment beat when he was hired by that Ohio newspaper in 1993. He has won numerous awards for his Great Lakes coverage and began writing a column about environmental issues for The Blade's Sunday news analysis section in 2007. He was elected to the Society of Environmental Journalists' national board of directors in October, 2010, and has received fellowships from SEJ, Vermont Law School, the Montana-based Institutes for Journalism & Natural Resources and Ohio State University's Kiplinger Public Affairs Reporting Program. A four-day series on Great Lakes climate change he wrote in 2008, which included research in Greenland, was recognized by The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media, the Knight Science Journalism Tracker and Columbia Journalism Review. Tom has contributed chapters to two books (one on Florida rivers and the other on nuclear power) and essays for scholarly magazines such as Harvard University's Nieman Reports and Michigan State University's EJ magazine. He currently is an editorial writer for The Blade.
Stories by Tom Henry:
Assessing risk to the Great Lakes nearshore (Mar 22 2013)
Lake Erie a test for birds and energy (Mar 12 2013)
Enlisting earthworms to fight Great Lakes algae (Sep 26 2012)
Living on lakes lengthens life (Sep 19 2012)