Fiona Harvey

Fiona Harvey

Award Winning Environment Journalist with over 20 years’ experience

During her journalistic career Fiona has covered all environmental issues from climate change, emissions trading, renewable energy, pollution, agriculture and environmental regulation. Fiona is currently the environment correspondent for The Guardian, prior to which she worked at the Financial Times.

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Fiona is currently the environment correspondent for The Guardian, prior to this role she worked at the Financial Times for over a decade as their environmental correspondent.

Fiona has gained a wealth of knowledge in this field, reporting on every major environmental issue, from the Arctic to the Amazon. Fiona has interviewed an array of people including: Ban Ki-moon, Tony Blair, Al Gore and Jeff Immelt.

She has subsequently won an accolade of awards ranging from the British Environment and Media Awards, Foreign Press Association (she has won this award twice) and the Society of Environmental Journalist. In 2007 Fiona was named as one of the 1,000 most influential people in London by the Evening Standard.

Fiona has also written on a freelance basis for Scientific American, the New Scientist and the Encyclopedia Britannica.

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Decision Making


Beth, you have more stature than any of them. Especially today. Go for it.

Ready for the launch of the #CleanAirStrategy - appropriate that the Health Secretary will stand in front of UCH. My daughter was hospitalised there twice in last year due to toxic air

Update: Joe *can* use the Hansard website properly. May herself literally voted against going ahead with the result of the Welsh referendum.

Which northern working class people? Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester voted remain.

#Veganuary Green MP @CarolineLucas calls for parliament to "seriously consider" a meat tax at #OFC19

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