Claudia Delpero is a journalist and policy strategist with 15 years of experience across Europe, China and Africa. Her articles have been published in The Guardian, PR Week, La Repubblica and the blog of the World Economic Forum. She is a regular contributor to Sun & Wind Energy, the oldest publication of the renewable energy industry in Germany, and the blog of the International Council for Science in Paris.
In the past, she has been responsible for communications at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in Brussels and Beijing. In these roles, she has managed media and public affairs teams working across several countries.
In addition to experience in political capitals such as Brussels and Beijing, she has guided reporting missions to some of the most remote areas of the planet – the Sahel, the Congo Basin and the Tibetan Plateau.
Prior to the non-profit sector, she worked as a Press Officer at the European Parliament, where she covered constitutional affairs. Previously, she was a freelance journalist in Italy, including for the newspaper La Repubblica in her hometown Turin.
Claudia has written extensively about environmental issues, the green economy, science, renewable energy and climate change. She has an in-depth knowledge of the European Union (incl. the referendum on Brexit), China's investment in Africa, China’s five-year plans, women issues, migration and humanitarian affairs.
Her working languages are English, French and Italian. She is competent in Spanish and has a survival level of Mandarin.
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