Climate Home News is an independent news site specialising in the international politics of the climate crisis.
Climate change threatens people’s lives, homes and livelihoods around the world, with the heaviest burden falling on poor communities, young and future generations. The solutions involve radical economic and social change.
At Climate Home, we believe journalism can make a difference. Through clear, timely and rigorous reporting, we shine a light on the conflicting interests and global trends that shape the response to this threat. Our journalists hold the powerful to account, seek out diverse perspectives and set the news agenda with regular exclusives.
Megan Darby is the editor of Climate Home News. 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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Chloé Farand is Climate Home News’ senior reporter. Her work has appeared in national publications including the Guardian, the Independent, the i paper and the BBC. Before joining Climate Home News, she worked for the investigative environmental outlet DeSmog UK and contributed to Business Green.
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Zak Derler is Climate Home News’ associate editor for branded content. He also researches climate science denial and fossil fuel lobbying at DeSmog UK and his work has appeared in The London Economic and Byline Times. This year, Zak is studying for an MSc in Environmental Sciences at the University of Liverpool.
Joe Lo is a reporter for Climate Home News. He has previously specialised in container shipping, UK politics and investigative stories about Scotland. His work has appeared in the Guardian, Al Jazeera and Deutsche Welle.
Isabelle Gerretsen is a reporter for Climate Home News. She previously covered climate for CNN International and has written for national and international publications including The Independent, the BBC, Reuters and Newsweek.
Alex Brooks is head of commercial operations at Climate Home News. He works closely with new and existing partners to ensure that the work of our sponsors is amplified to our audience in the most effective ways possible, he also explores new revenue streams to support our growing footprint. Previously, Alex managed international commercial partnerships at The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s Group.
Julia Marques is community engagement manager for Climate Home News. She has previously worked in the environmental NGO sector with ClimateKeys and the Gaia Foundation. She has also worked on a community climate change news platform, and community engagement at ClimateCultures.
Climate Home News is the trading name of Climate Change News Ltd, a UK company registered at 42a, High Street, Broadstairs, Kent, CT10 1JT. Its CEO and founder is James Ramsey.
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