Fiona Harvey is an award-winning environment journalist for the Guardian. She previously worked for the Financial Times for more than a decade. She has reported on every major environmental issue, from as far afield as the Arctic and the Amazon, and her wide range of interviewees include Ban Ki-moon, Tony Blair, Al Gore and Jeff Immelt. She has also written for New Scientist, Scientific American and the Encyclopedia Britannica. She was editor of Internet World and PC Week.
“In the past two years the world has concluded a series of vital agreements – the sustainable development goals and the Paris agreement – that will change the planet’s future. But without concerted will from communities, business and civil society, these admirable goals remain just that – admirable goals.”
Fiona Harvey is on the advisory board of The Stockholm Act and will take part in several of the program slots during the festival week.