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    Liam Moriarty

    Veteran journalist in multiple media – radio, print, and the Internet.

    Effective communicator, facilitating and moderating panel discussions and seminars, live and televised, in the U.S. and in Europe.

    Engaging presenter, bridging the communication gap between specialists and a general audience.

    As a journalist, Liam has covered a wide range of topics, from government, economics, and politics, to social issues such as poverty and homelessness.

    The greatest portion of his work has been focused on the environment, from natural resources to transportation, energy to climate change.

    Over the 15+ years Liam has worked in radio, his voice has been heard on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered and Morning Edition, PRI’s The World, Living on Earth, The Environment Report, Pacifica, Free Speech Radio News, the Northwest News Network, Jefferson Public Radio and KPLU-FM, an NPR member station in the Seattle area where he worked the environment beat.

    His online work includes, a subscription-based web newspaper that provided in-depth, high-quality news coverage of the environment, politics, and civic issues in the San Juan Islands of Washington State. Liam was also a co-founder of, an early (1996) online news site for environmental and legislative reporting in the Puget Sound region of Washington State.

    Currently, his Salmon Nation Euroblog explores connections between Europe and the Pacific Northwest.

    Liam has in recent years done considerable reporting from Europe, and has won several journalistic fellowships and awards from European organizations. He has dual U.S. and Irish citizenship.

    Find out more about Liam’s Radio Features, Public Speaking, and Hyperlocal News Archive.

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