David Schultz


David Schultz is a water policy reporter for Environment. He covers drinking water quality as well as water infrastructure and drought issues. He’s written extensively about the Flint, Mich., crisis as well as contamination of toxic industrial chemicals and Congress’ efforts to upgrade the country’s system of pipes and taps.

Previously, David covered agricultural issues for Environment, writing stories about pesticides, GMOs and food safety. Before joining , he reported stories for NPR, The Washington Post, Slate and Kaiser Health News. David also reported on local news in the D.C. region for the public radio station WAMU 88.5.

David is the producer and host of Environment’s podcast Parts Per Billion, which has featured interviews with lawmakers on Capitol Hill and prominent environmental attorneys.  He has also appeared on Radio.

David earned a B.A. in political science and philosophy from the University of Arizona and an M.A. in journalism American University. 

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