About Sonya Likhtman

Sonya studied Geography at the University of Cambridge, where she focussed on climate change, development and socio-economic transformation at local and global scales. For her research on the Basque economy, she was awarded the William Vaughan Lewis Prize and the MT Dodds Prize. Sonya is London based with an eye on the world. She works on reducing organisational carbon footprints, writes for The Verb and searches for ways to make the world a more beautiful place.

Latest from Sonya Likhtman

Hot News From Wimbledon

Sonya Likhtman | July 12th, 2015

Wimbledon is known as the ‘wettest’ tennis grand slam, but not this year as heat prevents play and puts the future of tennis into jeopardy.

A Vision That Changes Everything

Sonya Likhtman | April 21st, 2015

Environmental action isn’t a bourgeois luxury, tackling climate change can also be the solution to economic stagnation, mass unemployment and unfathomable inequality.