Michaela is the Lead Researcher at DeSmog, with a particular focus on agribusiness and the livestock sector. She joined DeSmog in June 2021, having previously worked as a freelance researcher and as a podcast producer for the US Centre at the London School of Economics.
The influential newspaper featured ten opinion writers with links to the UK’s main climate science denial group.
"Shocking” findings turn spotlight on supermarket chains sourcing fish and squid produced in brutal conditions.
The UN’s “Stocktaking Moment” provided cover for industrial agriculture’s continued harms, critics claim.
Meat companies are using slick PR and industry-funded science to convince the public that beef and dairy are good for the planet.
A traffic filter scheme in Oxfordshire has been “weaponised” by the anti-climate lobby.
Abbott was a member of the centre-right Liberal Party that was widely seen as hostile to climate policy.
The country has sent the second largest number of fossil fuel-linked delegates -- who campaigners accused of being “complicit in Russia’s war crimes” -- to this year's climate talks.
Internal documents reveal the integral role of the livestock industry in establishing and funding the CLEAR Center at University of California Davis.
Lord Vinson is one of the few known donors to the Global Warming Policy Foundation, which advocates for fracking via its campaign arm Net Zero Watch.
Major verifier of existing projects says ‘few, if any, credits would pass’ under proposed new rules.