Charlotta Lomas

Bonn, Germany

Charlotta Lomas

radio producer & presenter
editor & journalist


Living Planet: New discoveries

This week on Living Planet: Scotland explores novel ways of harnessing ocean power, community food-sharing in Berlin comes under threat, and why researchers are trying to grow food in outer space.
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Living Planet: Why energy matters

This week on Living Planet: protestors in California demand action over gas leak, India faces a tough energy dilemma, Brittany strives for green power, and the secret to going fossil fuel free.
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'Range of Zika vector will increase with climate change'

DW asks emerging pathogens expert Amy Vittor about the connection between Zika and climate change. Researchers are using dengue as a reference point, as little is known about the new virus linked to a birth defect.
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Living Planet: It’s personal

When it comes to the threats our planet faces, it can often feel a bit doom and gloom. Can our individual actions really make a difference? This week on Living Planet, we meet some passionate people who just might inspire you. We hear tales of unconventional love for trees, and find out why hipsters are driving LA’s bicycle trend.
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Divestment momentum

A global campaign to encourage people stop investing their money in fossil fuels is gaining momentum. The climate advocacy group announced this week at the UN climate summit in Paris that divestment commitments have reached US$3.4 trillion in assets. DW talks to spokesperson Jamie Henn to find out more.
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Voices of climate change

A collage of voices from the UN climate summit featuring: artist/activist Naziha Mestaoui, Greenpeace director Kumi Naidoo, campaigner Nicolas Haeringer, Climate Action Network campaigner Elif Gunduzyeli, and climate expert Saleemul Huq from International Centre for Climate Change & Development.
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Living Planet: All aboard

Ahead of the UN climate summit in Paris key issues remain on the negotiating table, European cities find novel ways to reduce their carbon footprint, and all aboard the climate train.
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COP21: Look ahead

Paris is pushing ahead to host the United Nations climate summit (COP21) which starts on Monday. World leaders and representatives from 196 nations will attend the conference, where it's hoped a new global climate agreement will be signed. But as DW's Andrea Roensberg reports, many of the core issues of the draft text remain on the negotiating table.
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Living Planet: Climate vulnerability

As Australia's bushfire season starts early this summer, scientists warn it's just a taste of what's to come from climate change. Residents of the Sundarbans are forced to flee as rising seas inundate their homes. Plus, why climate change is worse for women.
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Living Planet: Picture perfect, or is it?

An uncertain future for the world’s small islands, calls for action as millions set to be displaced by climate change & food security at risk as erratic weather plagues northwest Kenya.
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Climate refugee dilemma

It’s estimated that by 2050, up to 250 million people worldwide could be displaced as a result of climate change. But where will these people go? And who will pay for their relocation? Charlotta Lomas talks to Scott Leckie director of Displacement Solutions to find out more.
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Living Planet: Bonn climate talks

DW talks to UN climate chief Christiana Figueres during climate talks in Bonn.
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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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