Top 10 U.K. Journalists in Energy & Environment
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 United Kingdom journalists 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 January, 2021
1. Damian Carrington
Bio: I’m Environment Editor at the Guardian – DMs open
4. Adam Vaughan
Bio: Chief reporter at @newscientist. I cover environment, climate, energy, tech & more. DMs are open. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Get my newsletter via the pinned tweet.
Location: London and Lewes, UK
5. Roger Harrabin
Bio: BBC Environment and Energy Analyst. Also interested in transport, cities, risk, sustainability.
6. 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
7. David Sheppard
Bio: Financial Times Energy Editor. Oil. Environment. Middle East. Trading. Hearts. Ex-Reuters.
9. Anjli Raval
Bio: Financial Times Senior Energy Correspondent covering Big Oil, Opec, NOCs, the energy transition and a bunch of things in between. Tips? Open DMs
Location: London (via NYC and New Delhi)
9. Fiona Harvey
Bio: Writing about the environment full-time since 2004. Seen a lot of environment since then. All tweeting is personal. In the Woman’s Hour Power List 2020.
10. Jess Shankleman
Bio: UK Treasury reporter for @bpolitics. Used to write about the green economy, now I write about the whole economy. Views mine. 🏴 .
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