Fiona Harvey is an award-winning environment journalist for the Guardian. Prior to this, she worked for the Financial Times for more than a decade. She has reported on every major environmental issue, from as far afield as the Arctic and the Amazon, and her wide range of interviewees include Ban Ki-moon, Tony Blair, Al Gore and Jeff Immelt.
She has twice won the Foreign Press Association Award for environment story of the year, as well as winning the title of Environment Journalist of the Year at the British Environment and Media Awards in 2007. She has been named one of the ten most influential people in London on environmental issues, by the London Evening Standard.