This November, Axios and HBO are pairing up for a four-part series – AXIOS – offering a new, exciting lens into the topics reshaping the world to create new businesses, new cultures, and new conflicts. One of the definitive subjects molding tomorrow’s reality is energy. Axios energy reporter Amy Harder will be among those guiding the audience through what thought leaders are saying about the biggest trends and topics in energy and climate change.

“There are so many burning topics and pivotal developments in energy and climate change right now, and I’m excited to shine a spotlight on the powerful ideas, innovations and policies that will shape our future,” Harder said.

Each edition of AXIOS will feature coverage of a timely big issue, followed by documentary shorts, illuminating interviews with major newsmakers and trustworthy insights. The show will highlight the week ahead in politics, business and technology — and the topics shaping the future.

Harder has been at Axios since April 2017, reporting on energy, environmental and climate change issues in the context of congressional legislation, regulations, lobbying and international policy actions affecting the United States. Harder also writes a regular column, “The Harder Line”, which is a must-read for people interested in domestic and international energy policy. Prior to working for Axios, Harder was an energy reporter for The Wall Street Journal for three years. Before that, she spent nearly seven years at National Journal, the last four-plus years of which she reported on energy and the environment.

In her role as a Visiting Fellow in Journalism, Harder moderates events on the practical realities of the political landscape in energy and environmental policymaking. She moderated her first event as a fellow in Washington, DC in October on clean energy research and development (view it here). Harder is also available as a resource for students, researchers and faculty as they seek to better understand the ever-evolving news media.