Matthew Green is a climate journalist based in London.

Matthew is global investigations editor at DeSmog, where he is on a mission to expand the platform’s coverage of climate denial and delay around the world.

Matthew previously worked as a climate correspondent at Reuters, where he reported from West Africa, Borneo and Norway for the 2018 Ocean Shock series on the impact of climate change on marine species and communities, which won a Society of Environmental Journalists award for explanatory journalism. He writes a substack newsletter on collective trauma called Resonant World.

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Matthew Green - ©Kate Hold

Basic information

Matthew Green
Journalist and author
climate, energy transition, psychological trauma
United Kingdom

Supported projects

How Carbon Capture Is a Gift To Big Oil

  • Energy
  • Environment

LONDON – With Europe reeling from heat waves and wildfires, the EU is backing projects to capture industrial emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) as a key pillar in its fight against climate change. But what if these multi-billion-euro schemes make the problem worse?

How the Gas Lobby Aims to Lock in Europe’s Fossil Fuel Addiction

  • Energy
  • Environment

EUROPE - Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine has upended decades of energy policy and a long-term dependence on Russian gas. Across Europe, governments are scrambling to find alternate energy supplies for the coming winter.