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Charlotta Lomas

Bonn, Germany

Charlotta Lomas

radio producer & presenter
editor & journalist
correspondent

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Living Planet: Shaping Nature

Controversy looms over Rio’s water pollution ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games -- Pesticide use booms in Brazil, but at what cost? – And how politics shaped nature on the Polish-Belarusian border.
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Living Planet: Motivating the flock

The Church of England divests from fossil fuels, Catholics respond to the Pope’s encyclical & how the Dutch challenged their government on climate change and won.
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Setting a precedent

In a landmark climate case, some 900 Dutch citizens took their government to court and won. It’s the first time a judge has legally ordered a state to take action against climate change. DW talks to lawyer Roger Cox who represented Urgenda the non-government group that brought the case to court.
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Living Planet: Food Matters

Taking a look at the environmental impact of our pets, a foodie movement that’s all about the killing, and boycotts, recalls and apologies in the realm of food.
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Living Planet: Stricter Measures

Beverly Hills on notice for water use – Killing owls for conservation -- Morocco transitions to renewable energy – And coyotes cause a stir in New York City.
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Living Planet: Thinking Big

200 days to the Paris UN Climate Change Summit -- the latest on the EU’s GMO crop controversy -- and how the tiny German village of Feldheim became an energy role model.
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'Sea change' with climate-friendly businesses

As the Business & Climate Summit gets underway in Paris, DW spoke with the UNFCCC's Nick Nuttall about expectations for a new climate deal, putting a price on carbon, and the role of business in climate change.
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Living Planet: Different directions

Expo Milano 2015: a fair to remember? A look behind the dog-eating decline in Hanoi & stranded sea lion pups forced ashore in California.
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Experts: CO2 commitments already fall short

Keeping global warming down to no more than 2 degrees Celsius - that's the goal for this century. Two new studies suggest the commitments themselves are already too weak.
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Living Planet: New Ways

Harnessing the power of tides in the UK -- Chasing rare birds in West Africa -- And could Tesla’s home battery revolutionize energy storage?
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Living Planet: Saving Nature

A grim outlook for the world’s forests -- Uproar over Uganda’s plans for a hydroelectric dam -- Land erosion and climate change in the Sundarbans -- And rsecue efforts to save Polynesia’s sea turtles.
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Living Planet: A ticking time bomb

Denmark’s secret to wind power success – Global e-waste mounts – And a ticking time bomb threatens the DRC.
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About

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.

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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https://soundcloud.com/charlotta-lomas

Skills

  • PRESENTING
  • PRODUCING
  • RADIO
  • TV
  • PHOTOGRAPHY
  • ONLINE
  • SOCIAL MEDIA
  • EDITING
  • MULTIMEDIA
  • DOCUMENTARY