Climate Home News is an independent news site dedicated to bringing important climate stories to as large an audience as possible.
Our London-based editorial team coordinates deep reporting from around the world on the political, economic, social and natural impacts of climate change. Our coverage of UN climate talks is essential reading.
Karl Mathiesen is Climate Home News’ editor-in-chief. He has written for national newspapers, newswires and magazines in Australia and the UK. Before joining Climate Home News in 2016, he worked mostly with the Guardian’s environment desk. He is based in London.
Megan Darby is Climate Home News’ 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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Jill Russo is Climate Home News’ communities editor. She has worked for a number of media organisations, primarily in the US. She holds degrees in psychology and media/communications.
Sara Stefanini is Climate Home News’ senior reporter, covering Brexit and broader stories. She is also a freelance writer, contributing to the Financial Times and other organisations. Previously she was a senior policy reporter at Politico Europe in Brussels, covering energy, climate change and environment, and has a master’s degree from the Columbia University School of Journalism. She is based in London.
Natalie Sauer reports for Climate Home News. She has contributed to a variety of international outlets, including Politico Europe, AFP, Le Monde Diplomatique and The Ecologist. French and British, she holds a languages degree from Cambridge University and speaks Spanish, German and a smattering of Russian. She is based in London.
Fabiano Maisonnave is Climate Home News’ 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.
Climate Home News is the trading name of Climate Change News Ltd, a UK company registered at 83b Ashley Gardens, London, United Kingdom, SW1P 1HG.
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