Guia Baggi is an independent journalist focusing on the impacts of climate change and other environmental crises in the Mediterranean area, as well as possible adaptation solutions.

Her work has appeared in Undark, Atlas Obscura, Deutsche Welle, The Guardian, and Mongabay, among others. She co-founded Magma, a nonprofit that aims to publish content on the Mediterranean and its environment.

Baggi holds two master's degrees: in science, environment, and medicine from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, as well as in journalism and globalization from Aarhus and Hamburg universities.


Guia Baggi

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Guia Baggi
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Waste crimes know no borders, and easily breach them

  • Environment
  • Organised crime

TUNIS - In this story, a team of journalists based in Italy, Tunisia, and Germany highlights how waste gets illegally trafficked to countries with more competitive rates and lower environmental standards through mislabelling, fake documentation, corruption, and taking advantage of control loopholes.

The MEPs Project: the ghost offices of MEPs

  • Data Journalism

In an unprecedented EU-wide collaborative effort, the journalists from "The MEPs Project" located in every member state investigated how members of the European Parliament (MEPs) make use of the general expenses payments they receive every month.