About Mim DiNapoli

Mim is a triple citizen. She grew up in the UK with American and Australian parents. Mim’s focus is now at the intersection of human rights and climate change. Currently studying arts and literature at the University of Melbourne, Mim tells stories through writing, illustration and photography. Always armed with a pen in her pocket, Mim’s sketches, articles and photos are always thought-provoking. In 2013 she was a Young Leader of the Year for the Keep Australia Beautiful association. Mim has no drum in her right ear, so she’s effectively half deaf!

Latest from Mim DiNapoli

Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi Oi Oi!

Mim DiNapoli | November 23rd, 2013

Australia has taken out the Climate Action Network’s prestigious award of Colossal Fossil for 2013.

What Ever Happened To Fair Play?

Mim DiNapoli | November 23rd, 2013

It was hardly a surprise to see India walk away from the Climate Action Network booth last night

Japan Gets Married To Coal

Mim DiNapoli | November 18th, 2013

Everyday at six o’clock, a crowd flocks to gather on the tiled floors of the UN climate change negotiations to witness an unusual ceremony. Yesterday, Japan was declared Fossil of

The Empty Chair at COP

Mim DiNapoli | November 13th, 2013

Yesterday, I stood in the queues for COP registration, fumbling around in my bag for my passports. My phone was beeping with notifications from Twitter about the typhoon in the

Lost at COP

Mim DiNapoli | November 13th, 2013

  Forget plenary halls and meeting rooms — or even Room Lublin and Katowicke. Here’s The Verb’s guide to the actual rooms of any UNFCCC meeting. 1. Cloak room: Who