Pilita Clark has been the Financial Times’ environment correspondent since 2011. She was previously aerospace correspondent and deputy news editor on the main news desk at the Financial Times, and deputy editor of the FT Magazine.
In her current role, Clark covers all environmental issues, from climate change to wildlife and renewable energy. Before joining the FT in 2003 as a commissioning editor on the FT Magazine, Clark was a senior writer for the Sydney Morning Herald, where she was a political reporter in Washington DC and Canberra. She was also managing editor of The Eye news magazine in Sydney, and a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.
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