About Jade Neville

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.

Latest from Jade Neville

COP19 – Day Nine

Jade Neville | November 22nd, 2013

Once again, media attention during Warsaw has been focused on something occurring outside of the conference centre as COP19 President Marcin Korolec was sacked from his role as Environment Minister.

COP19 March Wrap

Jade Neville | November 20th, 2013

Tradition has it that at each UNFCCC summit, passionate environmentalists, young and old, congregate together on the middle Saturday of the conference and march towards the convention centre. The message

Australia Doesn’t Believe In Public Finance

Jade Neville | November 19th, 2013

Racking up its fourth Fossil of the Day, which is hosted by Climate Action Network, Australia is starting to get it a reputation for its Alice in Wonderland-esque behaviour. The

We’ve Run Out Of Headlines For Australia

Jade Neville | November 16th, 2013

You may have already guessed this, because for the third time in four days, the Fossil of the Day, presented by the Climate Action Network, has been handed to Australia.

Dismay At The Coal Powered Negotiations

Jade Neville | November 13th, 2013

Hosting COP18 in Doha, a city built on oil, was a choice that didn’t go unnoticed for its irony. The fact that Poland, a country that relies on coal for 88

Polish Government Perform Poorly, As Citizens Shine

Jade Neville | November 13th, 2013

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