About Jeppe Fischer

Positive, thorough, adventurous. Jeppe is a Dane with a degree in philosophy and a background in marketing. He credits Australian philosopher Peter Singer for the inspiration to write about the environment. For The Verb, Jeppe writes about ethics, politics, and human rights. In 2013 he was appointed to be a part of the Young Europeans Leadership’s delegation to European Development Days in Brussels. Jeppe plays guitar and has an identical twin brother - who is very handsome, he argues.

Latest from Jeppe Fischer

The Rise of a Celebrity Negotiator

Jeppe Fischer | November 22nd, 2013

The Philippines has been devastated by Typhoon Haiyan with at least four million people displaced. Haiyan has also had impact beyond the Philippines though, and in a different way, at

Korolec Goes Missing

Jeppe Fischer | November 22nd, 2013

COP19 took a bizarre turn on Wednesday when Polish COP19 President Marcin Korolec was sacked as minister of the environment after a cabinet reshuffle. The Verb asks: why? Poland has

Poland Left Out In The “Coal”

Jeppe Fischer | November 19th, 2013

Monday’s prize-giving of the esteemed Fossil of the Day award started with an awkward misunderstanding when Poland was presented the ‘Coal Award’ for their brand new energy source: ‘clean coal’

Filipino Typhoon Encore

Jeppe Fischer | November 13th, 2013

For the second year in a row, UN climate change negotiations take place in the wake of a typhoon striking the Philippines. Last year at the COP18 in Doha, the