About us

Climate Home News has a network of world-class correspondents and reporters based in Brussels, the Amazon, Australia, Beijing, Nairobi and India. 

Our London-based editorial team coordinates deep reporting on the political, economic, social and natural impacts of climate change. Our coverage of the UN climate talks is essential reading.

Our reporting is open source and can be republished under a Creative Commons License. Please follow these guidelines.

Our team


Karl Mathiesen is Climate Home’s editor. He has written for national newspapers, newswires and magazines in Australia and the UK. Before joining Climate Home in 2016, he worked mostly with the Guardian’s environment desk. He is based in London.

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@karlmathiesen


Megan Darby is Climate Home’s deputy editor. She previously wrote about UK energy and water industries for leading sector publication Utility Week. She holds a Mathematics degree from Newcastle University.

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@climatemegan


Fabiano Maisonnave is Climate Home’s Latin America correspondent. He lives in Manaus and is the Amazon correspondent for Folha de S.Paulo, Brazil’s most influential newspaper. A 2016 Nieman Fellow, he also has served as the paper’s correspondent in Washington, Caracas, and Beijing and has reported from 31 countries.

@fmaisonnave


Arthur Neslen is Climate Home’s Europe correspondent. He contributes regularly to the Guardian. He has previously worked for the BBC, the Economist, Al Jazeera, and EurActiv, where his journalism won environmental awards. He has written two books about Israeli and Palestinian identity. He is based in Brussels.

@ArthurNeslen


Adam Morton is Climate Home’s Pacific correspondent. He writes for Australian and international publications on climate, energy, politics and policy. He was environment editor and society editor at The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, two of Australia’s leading newspapers, and has won several journalism awards. He lives in Tasmania.

@adamlmorton


Climate Change TV offers an online channel hosting interviews and footage from international climate change and development summits. It was the first online video broadcaster devoted entirely to climate change issues.

Climate Home News and Climate Change TV are both funded by Responding to Climate Change Limited (RTCC) which was founded in 2002.

RTCC is Climate Home News’ major funder. It is a not-for-profit organisation and is an official Observer to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) the Convention for Biological Diversity (CBD) and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD). It holds “Special Advisory Status” with The United Nations Economic and Social Council (Ecosoc) as well as officially supporting UNFCCC in its outreach programme.

If you are interested in partnering with Climate Home News, Climate Change TV or RTCC please contact James Ramsey on 0044 207 100 2020 or email [email protected].