Environment Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of environment journalists below. We found 86 environment journalists listed.

Rachel - Impressively Write

Freelance Writer & Editor

The areas I most enjoy writing for include technology, sustainability, travel, business, commerce, sports and education. I also have experience of creating advertising content, beauty articles and news writing. I have undertaken writing for many genres as I enjoy undertaking thorough research before starting a new piece. This means your readers can be confident in the work I provide. My undergraduate degree is in English, I have a PGCE in English and I have postgraduate qualifications in Inclusion. I keep up to date with regular CPD opportunities and I enjoy keeping up to date on all the current writing skills needed to create unique pieces in a competitive market.


Riley Chervinski

Freelance content writer & journalist

Hello! I’m a communicator and writer who focuses on storytelling for social good. I value time spent outdoors, innovative and inclusive conservation efforts, and community-driven and nature-based solutions. I work with organizations to share their ideas through articles, blog posts, travel guides, newsletters, advertorials, and website copy. I am well-versed in writing for SEO. My work has been featured in: The Globe and Mail, Narcity, Tourism Winnipeg, Flare magazine, Eat North, and Crush magazine. I live and work on ancestral lands, on Treaty One Territory. These lands are the homeland of the Red River Métis.


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Ariane Dumont

Content Manager

Mon travail ? Créer des contenus optimisés SEO pour aller dépasser la concurrence ! Contact : [email protected]


Daniel Shailer


Daniel Shailer is freelance reporter covering climate and environment. Previously he's worked as a correspondent with the Associated Press' Central and South America bureau in Mexico City, and with the Tucson Sentinel in southern Arizona, where he's covered everything from mining and waste to local politics and conservation. Daniel has written narrative features, investigations and news articles with photo, audio and data. His freelance reporting has appeared in the New Yorker, Scientific American, Atlas Obscura, Gothamist and Business Insider. He has written essays for the LA Review of Books and Literary Hub. His articles from the Associated Press have been syndicated by the Washington Post, ABC, The Independent, and more. Daniel's stories on water pollution in New York City won awards from the Overseas Press Club and Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism. He was not Covering Climate Now's 2023 student journalist of the year, but at least he was shortlisted. [email protected] US: +1 (412) 546-6869 // UK & WhatsApp: +44 7585 553427

Anna Deen


Hey there! I’m currently based in New York City as a freelance journalist and graduate student at CUNY’s Newmark J-School, where I specialize in urban, data, and investigative reporting. I’m also the Fix intern reporting climate solutions stories at Grist and a volunteer reporting obituaries at THE CITY’s MISSING THEM project. I was previously the assistant editor for philosophy and religious studies at Oxford University Press, and an intern with the U.S. Department of State and U.N.C. School of Law's Center for Civil Rights. I received my B.A. in American culture studies, English literature and communication design from Washington University in St. Louis. As an undergraduate, I was the editor in chief of two collegiate magazines, a radio show host and DJ at KWUR 90.3 FM and a Lynne Cooper Harvey scholar in American culture studies. You can probably find me eating Ben & Jerry's and plotting my next day trip upstate. My full portfolio, including sample clips and data visualizations is available at annadeen.com. Feel free to reach me with any tips at [email protected].

Oli Gross

Freelance Writer and Trainee Psychotherapist

Before starting my psychotherapy training, I worked in animal rights, environmentalism, the hospitality industry and news journalism. I began my career in journalism in 2013 working for local newspaper the Mid Sussex Times, followed by B2B magazine the Morning Advertiser. In my most recent full time journalism role as Editor, I built startup publication Totally Vegan Buzz from soon after its birth to achieve 100,000 page views and 100,000 followers within a year. I'm studying to become a psychotherapist at the Connexus Institute in Hove, UK, and specialise in working with substance misuse and addiction. Get in touch at [email protected]


Astrid Arellano


(Hermosillo, Sonora, 1992). Soy una reportera mexicana enfocada en el periodismo de investigación y narrativo. Cubro temas de derechos humanos, pueblos indígenas, medio ambiente, género, víctimas de violencia y desapariciones en el noroeste de México. Ganadora del Premio Nacional de Periodismo 2019 por el reportaje “A cinco años del derrame de tóxicos en el Río Sonora”. Publicaciones en: Proyecto Puente / Distintas Latitudes / A dónde van los desaparecidos / Aristegui Noticias / Sin Embargo / Animal Político / La Jornada Becaria en: Latinográficas de El Surtidor de Paraguay (2021) / Red Latinoamericana de Jóvenes Periodistas de Factual MX y Distintas Latitudes (2020) / Iniciativa Adelante de la International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) (2019) / Programa Prensa y Democracia (Prende) en la Universidad Iberoamericana (2017) Integrante de la red mexicana A dónde van los desaparecidos Tips > [email protected]

stefanie shank

copywriter, content strategist, creator, coach

I consider myself one of the lucky ones. I'm one of those people who found something they enjoy doing, and who gets to do it for a living. It took me a while (and a few career iterations), but I've arrived. And I'm grateful. For the last few years, I've worked in freelance roles wearing a few different hats: Marketing Manager, Web Administrator, Content Strategist, Social Media Puppeteer, Copy Wizard, and Editor armed with a fine-toothed comb. (I write for free, too, but in that case, it's penning prose to create something tangible out of my experience of life.) If there's one thing I can say for sure, it's this: I'm better at talking about your company than I am about myself. If you're looking for content, let's chat.

Alejandra Visscher

Editor, journalist, communicator. Specialised in development

Holds a Master’s Degree in Journalism and Digital Communication. She has an extensive background in publishing, and in written and online journalism for development. She has also experience in Communication for Development, supervising the development of web platforms, and strategies and management of social networks. Alejandra has a strong understanding of development issues and has written and edited publications about sustainable development, environment, appropriate technologies, forestry, agroforestry, etc., with good analytical skills to address other issues.