Carlotta Indiano is an Italian investigative journalist based in Rome.

She mainly works with IrpiMedia, Investigative Reporting Project Italy (IRPI), a centre for investigative journalism based in Italy. 

Carlotta studied International Cooperation and Development in Rome and Buenos Aires and obtained a Master in multi-media and investigative journalism at the Lelio Basso School of Journalism in Rome. Her work is based on a cultural intersectional, feminist, and decolonial approach.

She writes on social issues, greenwashing, circular economy, climate change and energy with a special eye on the ecological transition.

Carlotta Indiano

Basic information

Carlotta Indiano
Investigative journalist
social issues, greenwashing, circular economy, climate change and energy

Supported projects

Stranded: Impact of Asbestos in Maritime Industry

  • Environment
  • Healthcare
  • Industry

ALIAĞA – Asbestos, that is especially hard to track in ships, often causes lung cancer, mesothelioma and asbestosis. The team investigated several shipbreaking yards, including Kılıçlar in Turkey, where workers are exposed to the deadly substance without adequate protection. 

asbestos in ships

ArcelorMittal carcinogenic pollution

FOS-SUR-MER - The world’s steel leader ArcelorMittal has exceeded several pollution limits authorized by European, Italian and French law for a decade. Meanwhile, the multinationale headquartered in Luxembourg has received billions euros of public funds and indirect subsidies.

Arcelormittal Carcinogenic pollution