Top 10 U.K. Social Media Influencers in Energy & Environment
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 Social Media Influencers throughout the United Kingdom and operating in the Energy & Environment space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
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*Data as Oct 2019
2. roger harrabin
Bio: BBC Environment and Energy Analyst. Also interested in transport, cities, risk, sustainability.
3. Matt McGrath
Bio:Environment correspondent for BBC News – covering all the green issues, interested in scicomm but also rugby, GAA, Munster & Ireland
Location: London, England
4. Paul Rincon
Bio: Writer, broadcaster. Science & Environment section editor for the BBC News website. Also: Film, art, photography, travel, sport, history, books. Views are mine.
6. James Herron
Bio:European Oil Editor, Bloomberg, London. RT ≠ endorsement. Opinion = mine.
7. Jonathan Leake
Bio: Science & Environment Editor at The Sunday Times jleake(at)sunday-times .co.uk inc energy, fishing, air pollution, transport. impacts of Brexit on farming etc
8. Chantal Cooke
Bio: Passionate about communications, the planet, wildlife, making a difference, fresh ideas to solve old problems. #Vegan Living in #Wales & #London
Location: London & Wales
9. Matthew Taylor
Bio: Matthew Taylor is an environment correspondent at the Guardian
10. Emily Beament
Bio: UK @PA environment & heritage correspondent, writing on climate, energy, wildlife & more. All views my own/RTs not endorsements.
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