I am an environmental journalist and historian.
I have 15 years' experience writing about environmental issues, often for expert readers in business and policy making. Over the years I have written extensively about climate change, the private sector's response to environmental challenges, biodiversity protection, pollution, enforcement of environmental regulations, chemical contamination, water, waste and land remediation.
My employers have included Environment Analyst, ENDS, ThomsonReuters and Edie. I also write for the general public, including pieces for The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, The London Evening Standard and Time Out. Other clients have included BP, Defra, The London Borough of Lambeth, and Woolwich Building Society.
In 2011 I was awarded a doctorate from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth for a thesis focusing on the early history of the organic food and farming movement in Britain, specifically the career of Soil Association founder, Lady Eve Balfour.
Contact me on 07769 751 101 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find me on LinkedIn. I am based in London.