And of course, if you’d like to follow all of them quickly, we’ve built a Twitter list for you.
@suzyji — The Guardian’s award-winning US environment correspondent, based in Washington DC. There’s a big environment team at the Guardian, see also @fionaharvey, @john_vidal, @karlmathiesen, @adamvaughan_uk, @ArthurNeslen, @dpcarrington, @james_randerson and @georgemonbiot.
- Paris climate summit: missing global warming target ‘would not be failure’.
- Obama attacks Republican ‘I am not a scientist’ climate change denial in address.
- Lima climate change talks end in agreement – but who won?
@bradplumer — Senior editor at Vox, and self-described reporter on the “apocalypse beat” he has a clear, sometimes stark take on climate issues. Also worth following at Vox is energy and climate specialist David Roberts, @drvox.
- Arctic sea ice hit a record low this winter. Here’s why it matters.
- The Keystone XL debate shows how radically climate politics has shifted since 2008.
- Two degrees How the world failed on climate change.
@brentinmock — Currently staff writer at City Lab, Mock’s done some of the best work exploring the intersection of race and environmental politics in the US whilst at Grist.
- Three reasons you shouldn’t lose hope on climate change.
- Think people of color don’t care about the environment? Think again.
- Climate change is the ultimate gentrifier.
- Air pollution crackdown will reduce climate uncertainty.
- Cyclone Pam raises climate profile in UN disaster talks.
- Interview with Mary Robinson: Climate deal must respect human rights.
@stellasglobe — Award-winning Indian journalist who covers climate change and other environment topics, often focusing on women and indigenous people.
- Gender-Inclusive Adaptation: Vanuatu Shows the Way.
- ‘Cyclone College’ Raises Hopes, Dreams of India’s Vulnerable Fisherfolk.
- 10 Years After the Tsunami: How Are the Women?
- Cyclone Pam: Untangling the complex science on tropical storms and climate change.
- Factcheck: Scientists hit back at claims global warming projections are “greatly exaggerated”.
- What happens if we overshoot the two degree target for limiting global warming?
@christineottery — Deputy Editor for Energy Desk. The site is embedded in Greenpeace, but Ottery shouldn’t be confused as a spokesperson for the NGO, she’s a journalist.
- In pictures: China’s coal industry pollutes the Yellow River basin.
- New Data: Dangerous air pollution breathed by Delhi’s schoolchildren.
- Air pollution increases risk of premature death in Chinese cities.
- Obama And Modi Are Buddies, But Will The Climate Care?
- Three Tools to Solve The Mystery of Ocean Acidity.
- Southern California’s Fog Falls Victim to Concrete.
- Baked Alaska.
- The Eiffel Tower Now Has Its Very Own Wind Turbines.
- A Death Warrant for Dirty Energy.
@wanderinggaia — Freelance writer, editor and broadcaster. Former analysis and features editor for Nature Climate Change, she’s also author of Adventures In The Anthropocene.
- The man who made his own island.
- The Anthropocene: Welcome to the Age of Modern Man.
- BBC World Service (radio): Power Transmission.
If you want to quickly follow all of these, don’t forget our Twitter list that you can subscribe to. Thanks to Leigh Phillips, Robin Webster, Owen Gaffney and Mike Shanahan for their input to this list.
This article was updated on 21 May 2015 to reflect that Brentin Monk is now a staff writer at City Lab.