AutoblogGreen Editorial Team and Correspondents
AutoblogGreen obsessively covers all environmentally-friendly (or egregiously unfriendly) car news. Started on Earth Day 2006, the site is part of the Weblogs, Inc. network of blogs and is closely affiliated with Autoblog.
Sebastian Blanco has been editing and writing for AutoblogGreen since its inception in April 2006. He has 15 years of experience as a freelance writer and editor, and has appeared on the BBC, NPR and many other news outlets discussing clean automotive technologies.
Jeremy Korzeniewski has been an automotive enthusiast since birth and grew up restoring classic cars. Also an avid motorcycle enthusiast, Jeremy has contributed a unique blend of insight into both the automotive and motorcycle segments on Autoblog.com and AutoblogGreen.com since joining the team in 2006.
Florida-based Domenick Yoney is pursuing a career in the automotive sector. He enjoys creatively combining his love of writing and mobility technology with his environmental concerns.
Award-winning automotive writer Gary Witzenburg has been writing about automobiles, auto people and the auto industry for 21 years. A former auto engineer, race driver and advanced technology vehicle development manager, his work has appeared in a wide variety of national magazines including The Robb Report, Playboy, Popular Mechanics, Car and Driver, Road & Track, Motor Trend, Autoweek and Automobile Quarterly and has authored eight automotive books. He is currently contributing regularly to Kelley Blue Book, AutoMedia.com, Ward's Auto World and Motor Trend's Truck Trend and is a North American Car and Truck of the Year juror.