Charlotta Lomas

Bonn, Germany

Charlotta Lomas

radio producer & presenter
editor & journalist


What does climate change taste like?

With global temperatures forecast to increase by 2 degrees Celsius over the coming decades, will we have to say goodbye to the things we love to consume or will they taste even better?
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Living Planet: Our plastic planet

Award winning episode. Over the past century, plastic has revolutionized the way we live. So far, we've produced about six billion tons of plastic and most of it has ended up in the trash. On today's edition of Living Planet, we're following its trail, around the world and even through time. Producers & Hosts: Saroja Coelho, Charlotta Lomas, Carl Nasman.
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Living Planet: Flirting with food

We get a taste for Italy's rare 'white gold' truffles, sample some fresh veggies grown under the sea, and ponder purity while sipping on a pint of German beer.
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What does climate change sound like?

Researching yellow-cedar trees in the Alexander Archipelago drew ecologist Lauren Oakes to the conclusion that these fine-grained, butter-colored trees are dying off because of climate change. After sharing her data with fellow Stanford Phd Nik Sawe, the result was … musical! Lauren Oakes and Nik Sawe share how they turned a yellow cedar tree into a piano solo.
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Living Planet: The road to renewables

What a Trump victory means for climate policy, why big data could transform renewables, and how a tiny town became the vanguard of Germany's energy revolution.
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Living Planet: 'Trump a setback for climate policy'

How is the US Presidential election result impacting the UN climate talks currently underway in Marrakesh? DW talks to Niklas Höhne from the New Climate Institute to find out.
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Living Planet: What's next for the climate?

As the Paris Agreement comes into force ahead of the COP22 climate conference in Marrakesh, DW asks the experts where the world is at with its ambitious climate goals.
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Climate chief counting on COP

Parties to the historic Paris climate agreement will soon meet at COP22 in Marrakesh. The United Nations' Executive Secretary for Climate Change Patricia Espinosa tells DW what we can expect.
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The politics of climate change

As the climate conference gets underway in Marrakesh and America selects its new president, DW catches up with Bill McKibben - American author and co-founder of the international climate campaign group - on the politics of climate change.
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How a rapper is tackling climate change

Baba Brinkman is a Canadian rapper who sings about climate change. His songs are fact-checked by experts. In an interview, he explains why he thinks rap is the perfect medium to create awareness about global warming.
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Another perspective

American biologist and photojournalist Tim Laman was named 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his image Entwined Lives. DW talks to Tim to find out how he snapped this unique shot of an orangutan in Borneo's rainforest.
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Living Planet: Shining a light on conservation

We take a close look at conservation efforts around the world - and find where there's conservation, there's usually conflict.
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Charlotta Lomas

Charlotta Lomas is a multi-platform journalist with a Master of Journalism.

She currently works for Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster, as the environment editor, and producer and host of Living Planet, an award-winning weekly environment radio program.

Previously, she has worked as a freelance correspondent filing news and current affairs reports from Europe and Australia.

She speaks English, Dutch, French and German.



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