I have a master's in International Environmental Policy from Sciences Po, Paris and a specialisation in environment journalism. Here's a sample of my environment stories in print, podcasts, and film documentary. 

Climate Fight: The world's biggest negotiation, The Conversation
I produced a five-part podcast series on climate negotiations ahead COP26 for The Conversation. In part 3 we take a trip to northern England and discover what climate change means for communities that depend on fossil fuel industries. Listen to the five-part series, including episode 5 from COP26, here.

Age of Extinction podcast episodes, The Guardian
I produced podcast episodes by The Guardian's Age of Extinction desk for Science Weekly, its science podcast. In one three-part series we explore how little we know about species and biodiversity, and why that matters for the environment. Listen to part 1 here (on fungi) and part 3 here (on the African elephant being split into two species)

Torn, Narrative History Series, BBC Radio 4
I produced half of this narrative history series on the stories behind the clothes we wear. The episode "mauve mania" looks at the history and environmental cost of dying our clothes, from natural dyes to synthetic to what the future of clothing dyes may look like. Listen to episode 5 on the environmental cost of rayon here


Nature Talks Podcast
Produced and hosted the Nature Talks podcast for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. The series explored ecosystems across Canada. When the podcast launched in August 2018 it was ranked in the top 10 of the iTunes Science & Medicine section. 

The Engineering Edge podcast on wildlife accelerometers
Produced series 2 of The Engineering Edge Podcast. Episode 3 explores how researchers are using accelerometers to discover new wildlife behaviours and create better conservation plans.

Documentary Producer - Her Father's Land
Produced the award-winning documentary on the origins of Idle No More, one of the largest Indigenous mass movements in Canadian history. The film follows Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum, one of the four founders, in her quest to protect the land she grew up with.

Winner of the Ruth Shaw Award at the Yorkton Film Festival. 

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