Mary-Ann Eyram Acolatse
Mary-Ann Eyram Acolatse has over ten years experience in radio and TV news as a reporter, producer, news anchor, media trainer, and manager. Currently she is the news editor for Metropolitan TV, Ghana’s second largest TV network.
Abu Rushd Md. Ruhul Amin
Abu Rushd Md. Ruhul Amin works for the private Bangladeshi television channel ‘BanglaVision’ as a news editor. His interest lies in reporting on ICT, environment, development, agriculture, reproductive health, and, especially, climate change.
Ugochi Anyaka started broadcasting as an undergraduate with Imo Broadcasting Corporation in Nigeria. At present, she works for Aso Radio in Abuja and hosts a climate change radio programme called ‘Green Angle’.
Farah Atyyat has been a reporter for Al-Ghad Daily Newspaper since May 2004. In addition to environmental issues, she has covered social security, politics and human rights. Farah is a member of the Arab Science & Technology Foundation.
Busani Bafana is an award winning Zimbabwean journalist with a special interest in environment, agriculture and science coverage. Busani has more than 10 years of journalism experience working for leading independent newspapers in Zimbabwe.
Ramesh Prasad Bhushal
Ramesh Prasad Bhushal is an environmental reporter on the English daily ‘The Himalayan Times’ in Nepal. He holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science with a specialization in Mountain Environment.
Gokul Chandrasekar covers environment, health and policy for The New Indian Express. He has worked in print, online, television and radio and has covered various aspects of environment ranging from policy to human rights, green business to environmental justice.
Dipika Chhetri studied biotechnology at Punjab University, Chandigarh, India. She helped set up Bhutan’s first daily newspaper, Bhutan Today. At present, I am working with a quarterly student’s magazine, Students Digest.
Martín De Ambrosio
Martín De Ambrosio is an Argentinean science journalist and a subeditor for Perfil, a bi-weekly newspaper based in Buenos Aires. He has published features in national newspapers since 2000 and has published four science books.
Jennifer Dube is a staff writer with The Standard Newspaper of Zimbabwe. She is a graduate of Journalism and Media Studies and has been in media practice for four years.
Priestley Habru works for the Honiara-based Island Sun newspaper, which he helped start in 2006 as one of its first reporters. He is really passionate about climate change and its impact on the environment.
Pablo Fonseca is a Costa Rican journalist with 10 years of experience covering science and technology for La Nación newspaper, the most important news source in this Central American country. He has a post-degree in Political Science.
Carol Francis is a consummate media professional. She has won numerous prestigious industry awards. Renowned for her attention to detail, Carol has reported on issues of national importance, including the environment and health.