Climate Change Media Partnership

Roster of experts available for interviews with journalists

Welcome to the Climate Change Media Partnership's Roster of Experts

The roster is a directory of experts who are able to talk to journalists about various aspects of climate change. To get started here, please read the Welcome blog. The Climate Change Media Partnership was set up by Panos, Internews and the International Institute for Environment and Development. For more information, visit the CCMP website.
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Temesgen Tadesse Deressa shared a profile on Twitter
Oct 6
Temesgen Tadesse Deressa posted a blog post

Genetically Engineered Crops: Key to Climate Adaptation and Food Security in Africa?

By : Temesgen Deressa, Jessica Pugliese and Mwangi S. Kimenyi |Sub-Saharan Africa is a continent that faces serious food security problems that threaten millions of inhabitants. The problem of African food security is further exacerbated by an over-reliance on rain-fed agriculture, conflicts that displace farmers, and insecure property rights. Increasingly, the problem of climate change is placing severe constraints on Africa to be able to feed its people. It is quite evident that the “Africa…See More
Oct 6
Aakash Santorai posted a blog post

Coastal Life: Saltish like sea water

Their Mud-made homes are situated some half kilometer away from sea. They have no way to understand their life, they only knows that “their life is like waves, sometime up and sometime down”. From Badin city, a link road goes to Sirani, a small village like town. This road turns into Kacha Rasta, which goes along with mirwah canal. This kacha Rasta ends at this village Sheikh Qurhio. Natives of this village remains deprived all of human facilities and unable to achieve their livelihood.…See More
Sep 24
Mattias Söderberg shared their blog post on Twitter
Sep 18
Mattias Söderberg posted a blog post

Climate days in New York, what can we expect?

There is an increasing global awareness about the need to take climate change seriously. Actually, this knowledge has been known for quite some time, and many governments around the world are already taking initiatives to reduce emissions, and to transform their countries into low carbon economies. Still science tells us that there is need to do more, a lot more.The coming days in New York the need “to do more” is in focus. For several days a big number of events and meetings will address the…See More
Sep 18
Mattias Söderberg shared their blog post on Twitter
Sep 10
Mattias Söderberg posted a blog post

Three reasons why Juncker should keep the position as climate commissioner

Today the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker will present his new commission, and we will know what the new top management of the European Union will look like. I am sure the commission will be a group of well qualified and committed people, but their performance will not only depend on their skills, but also which tasks and responsibilities they are given. It looks like Juncker will merge the two previous positions as energy and climate commissioners into one. The…See More
Sep 10
Katiana Murillo is now a member of Climate Change Media Partnership
Sep 7



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