Hailing from the UK, Jade is passionate, inquisitive and honest. She studied environmental geoscience to a masters level at the University of Bristol and specialised in oceanography, coral reefs and climate change. Jade spent six months interning at UNEP's key centre of polar issues in Norway. She now works at Oxford University on environmental sustainability, outreach and engagement. A dual US/UK citizen, Jade feels intimately bound to the northern climate, with its mountains, pine trees, rivers and fjords. Jade writes about how climate change is impacting the Arctic, small island states and glacial regions, as well as climate migration and damage to reefs.
On the second day of COP19, Climate Action Network’s (CAN) grand prize, Fossil of the Day, was bestowed upon Poland, the conference’s host. Poland was awarded first place fossil for