Brexit is a climate story – help us tell it

Climate Home News hires a reporter with deep connections in Brussels and London to take on some of the most under-reported aspects of the divorce


Q: What do the UK’s position on climate change, nuclear safeguards and environmental laws have in common?

A: The EU

Coverage of the future of the EU-UK relationship has been a constant, cicada-like drone this summer. But the media has ignored crucial questions that will define UK and European climate and energy policy for a generation.

Climate Home News plans to change that.

We are delighted to announce that Sara Stefanini, former senior energy writer at Politico Europe, will be joining our team in September.

Sara will lead the news agenda, breaking stories and highlighting the biggest outstanding climate and energy questions that Whitehall and Brussels must answer before 29 March, 2019.

Our readers can help us broaden her reporting by joining our list of patrons. It’s fast, safe and we are only asking for $7 (that’s £5.50 or €6.15) per month.

Sign up here.

The more support our readers can give, the more time Sara will be able to spend reporting. If we reach our target of 100 patrons – that means just forty more people giving $7 per month – we will produce a weekly Brexit newsletter, filled with tips, short takes and extra analysis. It will be a vital resource for anyone tracking the negotiations.

If you want to understand how CHN’s reporting can create ripples that turn into waves, read this short blog.

From the future of the atmosphere to the price of electricity, these issues are too important to be lost in the noise


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