Featured journalist: Alister Doyle
Today's featured journalist is Alister Doyle, environment correspondent with Reuters since 2004. Doyle has busied himself mainly covering U.N. negotiations and the science of climate change since that time, although he also spent 2011-12 as a Knight Science journalism fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
A British citizen based in Oslo, his job at Reuters has taken him to places ranging from the Arctic to Antarctica, where he was on the last flight to land on a part of the Wilkins Ice shelf before it collapsed in early 2009 (whew). In the past he's also had postings with Reuters in Paris, Central America, Brussels and London in a career stretching back to 1982.
Doyle's portfolio is so full of compelling headlines, it was impossible to pick just two: "Experimental climate fixes stir hopes, fears, and lawyers" looks like an entertaining and informative read, as does "World may have to suck gases from air to meet climate goals-UN" and "New land, but also costs, as Nordic nations rise from sea."