Daisy holds a BSc in biology from the University of Bristol and a science journalism MA from City, University of London. She previously worked at MailOnline covering science and technology.
Loss and damage: How can culture and heritage loss be measured and addressed?
A group of archaeologists, climate scientists and policy experts met at the University of East Anglia last week to discuss how unique cultures and heritage are fast disappearing because of climate change – and what can be done to properly measure and address this.
April 10, 2023
UNEP: Meeting global climate goals now requires ‘rapid transformation of societies’
The world faces a “rapidly closing window” to meet the Paris Agreement’s goals, warns the latest “emissions gap” report from the UN Environment Programme (UNEP).
November 8, 2022
Fossil fuels: Is the world on track for moving past coal, oil and gas production?
Scientists, economists and Indigenous activists met in Oxford in September to discuss a challenge central to solving climate change: how can the world rid itself of fossil fuels?
October 5, 2022
Q&A: What does the UK’s new energy security strategy mean for climate change?
The government’s energy security strategy, released in full on Thursday afternoon, is shaped by ambitious – yet vague – promises for nuclear power and offshore wind, with little mention of new measures for energy efficiency or onshore wind.
April 12, 2022
The Carbon Brief Interview: UN biodiversity chief Elizabeth Maruma Mrema
I cannot talk of biodiversity without land degradation and now we are seeing we cannot talk of climate change without biodiversity and without land degradation.
April 6, 2022
Q&A: What does Russia’s invasion of Ukraine mean for energy and climate change?
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is inextricably linked to the global energy crisis.
March 1, 2022