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Bonn, a city of 314,000 inhabitants, will host 25,000 delegates in November (Photo: Matthias Zepper)


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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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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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.


Li Jing is Climate Home News’ China correspondent and a freelance writer. Her coverage on China’s environmental crisis has won multiple prizes, including Asian Environmental Journalist of the Year 2013. Previously she worked for South China Morning Post and China Daily. Jing lives in Beijing.


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.


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