Climate Finance Reporter, The Wall Street Journal

His stories include deals and fundraising rounds tied to green energy and sustainability as well as trend pieces exploring how the shift away from fossil fuels is rippling through the private sector and Wall Street. He also writes about environmental, social and governance—or ESG—investing.

Amrith previously was a Journal markets reporter who wrote about special-purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, when SPAC mergers were a popular alternative to traditional initial public offerings for many clean-energy startups and other companies. He also previously wrote about stocks and commodities, including battery metals such as lithium and cobalt.

Amrith joined the Journal as a markets intern after graduating from Duke in 2017.