Carbon Brief reports on the latest developments and media
coverage of climate science and energy policy, with a particular
focus on the UK. We produce news coverage, analysis and factchecks,
and publish a daily and weekly email briefing.
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Christian Hunt is the Editor. He
previously worked as a digital editor for Greenpeace and as a
researcher for the Public Interest Research Centre. He holds an MA
in Conflict Resolution from Bradford University, and a degree in
Mathematics and Philosophy from the University of York.
Dr Roz Pidcock writes about new research in the climate sciences
and media coverage of climate change. She has a PhD in physical
oceanography from the University of Southampton. Her research
examined how mesoscale eddies - the ocean equivalent of atmospheric
storms - supply the surface of the ocean with nutrients.
Dr Mat Hope covers climate policy and
politics. He holds a PhD on climate change communication in US
politics from the University of Bristol. He has previous experience
working as a research assistant at the Cambridge Centre for Energy
Dr Simon Evans covers climate policy and
analysis. He holds a PhD in biochemistry from Bristol University
and previously studied chemistry at Oxford University. He worked
for environment journal The ENDS Report for six years, covering
topics including climate science and air pollution.
Robert McSweeney covers climate
science. He holds an MEng in Mechanical Engineering from the
University of Warwick and an MSc in Climate Change from the
University of East Anglia. He previously spent seven years working
on climate change projects at the consultancy firm
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