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The Oxford Climate Journalism Network (OCJN) is a programme of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford. Its mission is to help journalists and editors develop their coverage of climate change, and support newsroom leaders in identifying the issues involved in reporting on the climate crisis. Here are the names of the journalists who are part of the network. 

Second cohort

Second cohort

The second cohort of the Oxford Climate Journalism Network runs from July to December 2022. It has 100 reporters from 56 countries. The graph above shows the breakout per region and platform and the names of the reporters follow.

  • Taís Gadea Lara is an Argentinian climate journalist with RedAcción; she is based in Buenos Aires.
  • Teresa Wirth is an editor at Die Presse; she is Austrian and based in Vienna.
  • Mohammad Zoglul Kamal is the Deputy News Editor at The Business Post; he is Bangladeshi and based in Dhaka.
  • Alexej Ovchinnikov is an author and executive editor at Green Portal (greenbelarus.info); he is Belarusian and lives between Batumi, Minsk and Kyiv.
  • Ilana Cardial is a Brazilian reporter with Agência Estado/Broadcast; she is based in São Paulo
  • Anna Beatriz Anjos is a São Paulo-based reporter for Agéncia Pública; she is Brazilian.
  • Emilio Sant Anna is a reporter based in São Paulo, Brazil, for O Estado de S.Paulo.
  • Paula Daibert Gomide is a Brazilian senior video producer with AJ+ Español; she is based in Mexico City.
  • Phillippe Watanabe is a Brazilian reporter with Folha de S.Paulo; he is also based in São Paulo.
  • Assia Chaneva is a Bulgarian reporter based in Sofia; she is an editor at the Bulgarian National Radio.
  • Avit Ndayiziga is a Burundian journalist based in Bujumbura; he is the newsroom manager at Radio Culture.
  • Keziah Fela Ngwa is a journalist with Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV); she is from Cameroon and based in Yaounde.
  • Jill English is a Canadian producer with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; she is based in Toronto.
  • Jennifer Thornhill Verma is an Ottawa-based freelance reporter with The Independent (Newfoundland and Labrador) in Canada.
  • Maria Monica Monsalve is a Colombian journalist with El Espectador; she is based in Bogotá.
  • George Kakouris, from Cyprus, is the Brussels correspondent for Kathimerini Cyprus; he is based in Brussels.
  • Jana Karasova is a reporter with Český rozhlas (Czech Radio); she is Czech and based in Prague.
  • Mads Nyvold is a Danish reporter based in Roskilde; he works for Klimamonitor.dk.
  • Jose Alison Kentish is a freelance science and health journalist from Dominica; she is based in Roseau and her work appears in Inter Press News Service, BBC Future Planet and Inverse Science.
  • Doménica Montano Moncayo is an Ecuadorian reporter with GK; she is based in Quito.
  • Mohamed Mansour is a Cairo-based science journalist from Egypt; his work appears in Scientific American, Asharqnews and Almasry Alyoum.
  • Suzy Elgeneidy is the Deputy editor-in-chief of Al-Ahram; she is Egyptian and based in Cairo.
  • Tim McDonnell is a climate and energy reporter at Quartz; an American, he is also based in Cairo, Egypt.
  • Anne Borgström is the deputy chief meteorologist at YLE; she is Finnish and based in Helsinki.
  • Charles Terroille is a French journalist with France 2; he is based in Paris.
  • Sheriff Bojang Jnr is a freelance journalist from Gambia whose work appears in RFI, WADR, The Standard (Gambia) and Kerr Fatou (Gambia); he is based in Leeds.
  • Taimaz Szirniks, from Germany, is a Paris-based auto and mobility reporter at Agence France Presse.
  • Karsten Polkew-Majewski is a German reporter based in Hamburg; he is the Head of Investigative Research and Data at Zeit Online and Die Zeit.
  • Kirsten Girschick is a Berlin-based political correspondent with ARD (Hauptstadtstudio); she is German.
  • Victoria Waldersee is the Autos Correspondent at Reuters; she is German and based in Berlin.
  • Susanne Götze is the science editor at Der Spiegel; she is German and based in Berlin.
  • Alex Rühle is a German reporter working as the Scandinavian correspondent for Süddeutsche Zeitung; he is based between Munich and Stockholm.
  • Abdullah Afedzi is Chief Reporter at the Ghana News Agency; a Ghanian, he is based in Takoradi.
  • Emmanuel Ameyaw is an Accra-based journalist from Ghana; he is the editor at The Climate Insight.
  • Chermaine Lee is a freelance multimedia journalist from Hong Kong, where she is based; her work appears on Fair Planet, Sustainable Asia, NBC, BBC, CNN and Reuters.
  • Lázár Benjamin Fazekas is a journalist and editor at Mérce (merce.hu); he is Hungarian and based in Budapest.
  • Harsha Vadlamani is an independent photojournalist from India; he is based in Hyderabad.
  • Ronojoy Mazumdar is a Mumbai-based reporter with Bloomberg; he in Indian.
  • Stuti Mishra, from India, is a reporter with The Independent; she is based in Delhi.
  • Neel Kamal is an Indian reporter with The Times of India, where he is a Special Correspondent; he is based in Bathinda.
  • Dewi Safitri, from Indonesia, is a science journalist from CNN Indonesia; she is based in Bekasi.
  • Gea Rara Hayu Arimbi Arimbi is an Announcer & Journalist with Radio Republic Indonesia; she is Indonesian and based in Jember, East Java.
  • Margaret Donnelly is the Farming Editor at the Irish Independent; she is Irish and based in Dublin.
  • Kevin Doyle is Group Head of News with the Irish Independent; he is also Irish and based in Dublin.
  • Redmond Shannon is the Europe correspondent for Global News Canada; he is Irish and based in London.
  • Kosuke Hatta is a Japanese reporter with the Mainichi Shimbun; he is based in Tokyo.
  • Edgar Kalimbo is an editor and station manager at Sifa FM; a Kenyan, he is based in Voi.
  • Stephen Oketch is an Investigative Reporter with the Daily Nation; he is from Kenya and based in Nairobi.
  • Rose Wangui is a Senior Features Reporter at Nation Broadcasting Division, NTV; she is from Kenya and also based in Nairobi.
  • Rami Ruhayem is a Lebanese reporter based in Beirut, Lebanon; he is a senior producer at BBC Arabic.
  • Inga Janiulytė-Temporin, from Lithuania, is a host of programmes at LRT - Lithuanian Radio and Television; she is based in Vilnius.
  • Jean Bradley Alexandre Karghoo is a business journalist with Le Journal des Archipels; he is from Mauritius and is based in Curepipe.
  • Khaliun Bayartsogt is a Mongolian freelancer based in Ulaanbaatar; her work appears in AFP, Agence mpress.mn and peak.mn.
  • Bashant Khadka is a Nepalese correspondent with Nagarik National Daily; he is based in Kathmandu.
  • Gill Higgins is a journalist with TVNZ; she is from New Zealand and based in Auckland.
  • Eloise Gibson is the climate change editor at Stuff; she is also from New Zealand and based in Auckland.
  • Ebere Agozie is the head of the Fact Check Desk at the News Agency of Nigeria; she is Nigerian and based in Abuja.
  • Elfredah Kevin-Alerechi is a freelance reporter based in Port Harcourt; she is Nigerian and her work appears in Newswire Nigeria.
  • Murtala Abdullahi is a reporter with HumAngle; he is Nigerian and based in Abuja.
  • Temitope Bademosi is a Lagos-based senior programmes producer for TVC News; she is Nigerian.
  • Muhammad Daud Khan is a reporter and producer with Pakhtunkhwa Radio; he is from Pakistan and lives in Charsadda.
  • Saadeqa Khan is a correspondent for Deutsch Welle; she is Pakistani and based in Quetta.
  • Jhoanna Lou Albano is the managing editor at GMA News Online; she is from the Philippines and based in Manila.
  • Marcin Czapski is a Polish reporter at TVP INFO; he is based in Warsaw.
  • Gwyneth Cheng is an Assistant Editor at Kontinentalist; she is from and lives in Singapore.
  • Sharon Chen is the editor of Bloomberg Green; she is from Singapore and based in London.
  • Pei Ting Wong is a correspondent with The Business Times; she is also from Singapore, where she lives.
  • Zarja Mursic is a Ljubljana-based freelance science journalist from Slovenia; her work appears in Radio Student, Val 202 and Metina lista.
  • Azarrah Karrim is an investigative journalist at News24; she is South African and lives in Johannesburg.
  • Dominic Naidoo works as an environmental journalist for Independent Media; he is South African and based in Durban.
  • Lameez Omarjee is a specialist journalist: sustainability with News24; she is also South African and based in Cape Town.
  • Pere Bosch is a Spanish reporter based in Sant Feliu de Llobregat; he is an Anchor and Reporter at TV3.
  • Rubatheesan Sandranathan, from Sri Lanka, is a reporter with The Sunday Times- Sri Lanka; he is based in Jaffna.
  • Joyce Shebe is chief editor at Clouds Television; she is from Tanzania and based in Dar es Salaam.
  • Seigonie Mohammed, from Trinidad and Tobago, is a senior multimedia journalist and presenter with CCN TV6; she lives in Couva.
  • Firdevs Yuksel is an energy correspondent with Anadolu Agency; she is from Turkey and lives in Istanbul.
  • Ronald Musoke is a senior reporter with The Independent Magazine; a Ugandan, he is based in Kampala.
  • Neil Marks is a producer with News Room Guyana; he is from Guyana and is based in London.
  • Yulia Abibok is a Ukrainian freelance journalist with IWPR; she is based in Berlin.
  • Xin Li is a British multimedia producer for BBC Chinese; he is based in London.
  • Martha Henriques is the editor of BBC Future Planet; she is from the United Kingdom and based in London.
  • James Read is an Assistant Editor with the BBC World Service; he is from the United Kingdom and based in Bedford.
  • Chava Gourarie is an Associate Editor of the Commercial Observer; she is from the United States and based in Brooklyn, New York.
  • Daniella Cheslow is a US reporter based in Washington DC; she is the DC audio reporter for The Wall Street Journal.
  • Jessica Davis is a senior director at Gannett; she is from the United States and based in Nashville.
  • Sindhu Gnanasambandan is a producer for Radiolab and the New York Public Radio; she is from the United States and based in New York.
  • Jeremy Deaton is the managing editor at Yale Environment 360; he is from the US and based in New York.
  • Lucas Thompson, a US reporter, is a climate content producer at NBC News; he is also based in New York.
  • Eli Moskowitz is a US journalist based in Barcelona; he works as an environmental reporter at the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP).
  • Miguel Dobrich is the Editor-in-Chief at Amenaza Roboto; he is from Uruguay and lives in Montevideo.
  • Van Nguyen is a journalist with Viet Nam News; she is Vietnamese and lives in Hanoi.
  • Isabel Malsang is a reporter with AFP.
Previous cohorts
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First cohort of the OCJN

The first cohort of the network ran from January to June 2022. It had 100 reporters from 61 countries. The chart above shows the breakout per region and platform. Explore the names of the members below.

  • Abdirahman Dhimbil, BBC Somali, Kenya 
  • Abu Sayeed Asiful Islam, Dhaka Tribune, Bangladesh 
  • Adnan Khatri, TheNation/TheReports, Pakistan 
  • Adrián Blanco Ramos, The Washington Post, U.S./Spain 
  • Alina Doodnath, Loop News, Trinidad and Tobago 
  • Alok Kumar Gupta, China Global Television Network, India/China 
  • Antoinette Ludowyk, Echelon Media, Sri Lanka 
  • Aprameya Venkatanarasimha Rao, NDTV, India 
  • Baktygul Chynybaeva, Azattyk Media, Kyrgyzstan 
  • Ben Bilua, Island Sun Newspaper/Online, Solomon Islands 
  • Bruna Fernanda Suptitz, Jornal do Comércio, Brazil 
  • Camilla Bevensee, Nordic SportsLab, Denmark 
  • Cheryl Tan, The Straits Times, Singapore 
  • Chiara Rancati, Rai Radiotelevisione Italiana, Italy 
  • Chris Haslam, The Times and Sunday Times, United Kingdom 
  • David Baaitse, WeekendPost, Botswana 
  • Deng Ghai Deng Malok, Voice of America, South Sudan 
  • Elisangela Mendonça, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, U.K./Brazil 
  • Elizabeth Melimopoulos, Al Jazeera, Venezuela/Qatar 
  • Emerson Flores, Gato Encerrado Magazine, El Salvador 
  • Ethan Van Diemen, Daily Maverick, South Africa 
  • Fermín Koop, Diálogo Chino, Argentina 
  • Fidelis Satriastanti, The Ken, Indonesia 
  • Gerhard Maier, ORF Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, Austria 
  • Gian-Paolo Accardo, Voxeurop, Italy 
  • Glenn Mason, RTÉ News, Ireland 
  • Gloria Tawah Tamba, Daily Observer Newspaper, Liberia 
  • Hala Abdelmaksoud, BBC, Egypt 
  • Helen Corbett, DPA Deutsche Presse Agentur (English Service), United Kingdom 
  • Helena Skinner, NBC News, United Kingdom 
  • Hellen Shikanda, Nation Media Group, Kenya 
  • Huiling Zhou, Reuters, China 
  • Ibrahim Khalilullah, Jamuna Television, Bangladesh 
  • Ibtisem Akrimi, Sky News Arabia, Tunisia 
  • Irina Druzhinina, Системный Блокъ, Russia 
  • Jana Václavíková, Aktuálně.cz, Czech Republic 
  • Janine Ysabel Peralta, CNN Philippines, Philippines 
  • Jéssica Maes, Folha de S.Paulo, Brazil 
  • Jillian Green, Daily Maverick, South Africa 
  • Joan Letting, Turkana Guardian, Kenya 
  • Joe Goodman, Carbon Brief, United Kingdom 
  • Josephine Okojie, BusinessDay, Nigeria 
  • Juan Fernando Lara, nacion.com/La Nación, Costa Rica 
  • Judith Vereso Mwanga, Kenya Broadcasting Corporation, Kenya 
  • Kelly Ng, The Business Times, Singapore Press Holdings, Singapore 
  • Klara Sirovnik, Večer Newspaper, Slovenia 
  • Kossi Balao, The Confidential Report, Togo 
  • Krixia Zhienelle Subingsubing, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippines 
  • Lena Sheliagina, Ecosphere, Environment and Law, Russia 
  • Leonard Masauli, Malawi News Agency, Malawi 
  • Lucy Nicholson, Reuters, U.S./United Kingdom 
  • Marika Kataja, Finnish Broadcasting Company Yle, Finland 
  • Maximilian Rieger, Deutschlandfunk, Germany 
  • Meriem Khadhraoui, Tunisian National Press Agancy, Tunisia 
  • Michael Coren, Quartz, United States 
  • Mohamed Hussein, Al-Ahram Establishment, Egypt  
  • Mukesh Pokhrel, Himal Media, Nepal 
  • Nail Baynazarov, NewsTracker.ru, Russia 
  • Natali Carvalho, Énois Agência de Conteúdo, Brazil 
  • Nessa Tierney, BBC World Service, Ireland 
  • Nicolás Durante, Diario Financiero, Chile 
  • Niv Hachlili, Hamakom, Israel 
  • Oana Despa, Buletin de București, Romania 
  • Oluwatosin Omoniyi, Premium Times Newspaper, Nigeria 
  • Omar Guillermo Garcia Santiago, Noticiero Científico y Cultural Iberoamericano, Mexico 
  • Patryk Strzałkowski, Gazeta.pl, Poland 
  • Phathizwe Zulu, Anadolu Agency, AFP, DPA, The Nation Magazine and Swaziland Independent, Swaziland 
  • Rhiannon Youngbauer, The Weather Channel, United States 
  • Ritah Nalukwago, RADIO CITY FM 96.0 JINJA, Uganda 
  • Robert Chaney, Missoulian Newspaper, United States 
  • Robert Sakai-Irvine, The Mainichi Newspapers, Canada/Japan 
  • Roland Lloyd Parry, AFP, United Kingdom/France 
  • Rory Tevlin, Irish Independent, Ireland 
  • Rosi Doviverata, Fiji Sun, Fiji 
  • Ryan MacDonald, The Globe and Mail, Canada 
  • Sachiyo Sugita, NHK, Japan 
  • Sadhika Tiwari, The Quint, India 
  • Sadrax Ulysse, Centre à la UNE, Haiti 
  • Sahana Ghosh, Mongabay India, India 
  • Shaik Shameer, 10tv, India 
  • Sharon Muzaki, UG Standard Online Media, Uganda 
  • Sofia Bouderbala, AFP, France 
  • Steven Herman, Voice of America, U.S.  
  • SA Mathieson, Computer Weekly, Socitm, In Our View, and others, United Kingdom 
  • Susannah Rodgers, Bloomberg, United Kingdom 
  • Tafadzwa Ufumeli, Getty Images, Zimbabwe 
  • Tamukong Roland Angong, World Echoes Media Group, Cameroon 
  • Tendai Sahondo, Humanitarian Eye, Zimbabwe 
  • Tomáš Grečko, Denník N, Slovakia 
  • Tomáš Karlík, ČT24, Czech Republic 
  • Yara El Murr, The Public Source, Lebanon 
  • Yvonne Brandenberg, AFP GmbH (German Service), Germany