David Abel is a famous award-winning American journalist nowadays working at The Boston Globe as an environmental reporter since 1993. He also serves as a documentary film producer.
He has released multiple documentaries such as “Sacred Cod,” this film is all about the destruction of the iconic cod fishery in New England. He likes traveling, reading, and writing when he is not at the station working.
David Abel Age
David Abel was born in a city, in the United States of America, he is around 45 years old from his looks but he has not disclosed his year and date of birth.
David Abel Height
Abel stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in (approx. 1.72 m).
David Abel Family
He was born and brought up by his protective parents in the United States of America. Despite being a popular journalist, he keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any details regarding his parents and siblings hence their whereabouts are not known.
David Abel Wife
He prefers a private life when it comes to his love affairs and he has not revealed any info concerning his previous and current relationships hence the details will be updated as soon as he does.
David Abel Education
David joined the University of Michigan where he graduated with a degree in political science and philosophy. Afterward, he enrolled at Northwestern University, where he graduated with a master’s degree in journalism.
David Abel Salary
David receives an annual salary of $91,940 and this is according to The Boston Globe environmental reporters’ salary.
David Abel’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and his career as an environmental reporter at The Boston Globe is the primary source of his income.
David Abel Career
Despite serving at The Boston Globe as an environmental reporter he also serves as a host of a podcast produced by Harvard Business School called “Climate Rising” where he talks about weather effects and changes.
David is nowadays working at The Boston Globe as an environmental reporter since 1993 where he has provided coverage for several major stories such as the Boston Marathon bombings which won him the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News, the war in the Balkans, national security issues in Washington D.C, terrorism in New York and Boston, and climate change and poverty in New England.
He has released multiple documentaries such as “Sacred Cod,” this film is all about the destruction of the iconic cod fishery in New England. He was awarded several awards such as the Sigma Delta Chi Award, the Ernie Pyle Award from the Scripps Howard Foundation, Edward R. Murrow Award because of his unique reporting.