Paul Brown

Paul Brown is a former environment correspondent for The Guardian newspaper. He has written 10 books − eight on environmental subjects, including four for children − and written scripts for television documentaries. He regularly trains journalists by running workshops and has now conducted more than 40 workshops in 20 countries. He is co-editor of Climate News Network.



Talking Climate: The Path to COP26

How media coverage of climate issues can shape the outcomes of negotiations.

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Gold’s Hidden Climate Footprint

The case of the small village of Trun in Bulgaria – threatened by a new gold-mining project – is a stark illustration of how the interests of biodiversity, nature and ordinary people living in the area can simply be dismissed. A proliferation of such projects could have a serious impact on the ecology of the entire region, as well as contributing to a global impact on the climate.

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