LIVE REPORTING

WEBINARS, TELEVISION & RADIO

‘BATTLEGROUND ANTARCTICA’

As revealed by my investigative series, the Antarctic Treaty churns out top climate science — while also letting the rich and powerful probe Earth’s last unmined frontier for Southern Ocean fossil fuels. In conversation with Professor Alan Hemmings, an Antarctic governance expert.

‘RECIPE FOR DISASTER: HOW TO MAKE THE PERFECT PANDEMIC’

Colleague Don Pinnock and I broke the global news of potential links between pangolins and Covid-19. Here I speak to Professor Wolfgang Preiser and wildlife investigator Karl Ammann about how pandemics start.

‘BIG BUSINESS RESPONSIBILITY: TACKLING THE CLIMATE CRISIS’

This webinar digs into one of the greatest challenges of our time: how captains of industry can help lead the charge to restore planetary health.

Television field reporter/producer, 50/50

Mashatu Game Reserve, Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Botswana
On assignment at Mashatu Game Reserve, Botswana. Photo: Roger de la Harpe

My 2006 and 2007 field reports for 50/50, South Africa’s longest-running environmental television show, ranged from swimming with Wild Coast dolphins in a shark-infested sardine baitball to chasing abalone poachers (not simultaneously).

Radio producer/presenter, ‘EnviroWorld’

Tiara Walters and Bigi the honeybadger
Bigi, the Johannesburg Zoo’s resident honeybadger, refused my request for an interview. When he did, Academy Award-winning cinematographer Roger Horrocks (My Octopus Teacher) was there to capture the moment. Photo: Roger Horrocks

I presented and syndicated my weekly science/environment show, EnviroWorld, throughout Africa, the Caribbean and the UK via satellite and community radio. All programmes (2001-2006) are archived in a CD stock collection at the Johannesburg Zoo, available upon request.