Patrick Greenfield

biodiversity and environment reporter The Guardian

Patrick Greenfield is a biodiversity and environment reporter for The Guardian and The Observer writing about biodiversity loss and the climate crisis. Before working at The Guardian, he was a producer with CNN. He has a master’s degree in International and Development Economics from Yale University. Patrick was part of The Guardian's COP26 reporting team in Glasgow and is covering negotiations for the biodiversity COP15 which will take place in Kunming, China later this year. He is proud of investigations into the carbon offsetting industry and into asset managers' investment in fossil fuel companies as well as The Guardian's Age of Extinction series into biodiversity loss, for which he is a reporter.

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