Dagim is an independent multimedia journalist from Ethiopia, with a focus on the environment.
Rahul is a PhD scholar at School of Development Studies, Ambedkar University Delhi in India.
Mosabber is a freelance journalist based at Dhaka, Bangladesh. Winner of the Thomson Foundation Investigative Award.
Amar is an environmental journalist from Karachi, Pakistan. He reports on climate change impacts in his country.
Supratim is a photographer based in Kolkata, India. He is specialised in environmental and climate change issues.
Toka is a water and environmental engineer from Egypt. She holds a Master’s degree from IHE Delft, Netherlands.
Geoffrey is a freelance journalist based in Nairobi, Kenya, specialised in science, development and climate reporting.
Shekhar is a development professional from Bangladesh. He is publishing on development and marginalisation.
Deepa is a freelance journalist based in Bangalore, India, writing on environment, wildlife, science and health.
Ryszard is an engineer who researched, designed and supervised the construction of many projects. He was consulted and performed design reviews for the flood protection systems in New Orleans.
An award-winning investigative journalist, who writes extensively about climate change, environment and the coastal people of Bangladesh.
Sohan is a Bangladeshi documentary photographer, producer and writer. He is interested in climate change and migration.
Marcel has been working for more than 35 years in the field of coastal zone management and flood risk management in the Netherlands and abroad.
Shahnoor is senior researcher resilience and planning at knowledge institute Deltares, the Netherlands.
Dang is an ecologist and the founder of Youth Farm Network (Y-Farm) based in Can Tho, Vietnam.
A global health epidemiologist and researcher, dedicated to using data and research to strengthen healthcare systems and improve health outcomes in low- and middle-income nations.
An award-winning freelance writer who covers the environment and climate change. She also directs the Environmental and Epistemic Justice journalism fellowship at Wake Forest University.
Namrata is an independent journalist based in Kolkata, India. She writes on issues related to economy and environment.
Annemarie is an experienced social innovator and researcher, who develops technological products and services that improve people’s wellbeing.
Wannurliana is a student and initiator of the Good Weather Good Life project in Narathiwat, Thailand.
Abjata is a Kenyan journalist covering climate change, water challenges and women rights.
Bernard is founder of Mekong Plus, a non-governmental organisation aiming to eliminate poverty in villages in southern Vietnam and Cambodia.
Jiten is a journalist based in Khagrachari Hill District in Bangladesh. He is working for Somoy Television.
Aminul is an experienced journalist based in Chapainawabganj along the Padma River in Bangladesh.
Bas is a Dutch water management expert who is fascinated by climate resilient and nature-based design in delta regions.
Multimedia journalist based at Nairobi, Kenya. Passionate about the rights of indigenous communities, he writes stories related to rights and climate change.
Civil engineer, presently working as the coordinator for the eco-friendly asset management programme at HZ University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands.
Having lived in places surrounded by water, Samantha has taken up the study of water management at HZ University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands.
Anika is a radio presenter on Radio Padma 99.2 FM. She lives in Rajshahi along the Padma river in Bangladesh.
The communications coordinator at SEI Africa, Nairobi. Specialising in science journalism, he bridges the gap between research and public awareness for sustainable development.
HZ University Lecturer-Researcher dedicated to enhancing delta resilience, climate adaptation, and socio-ecological sustainability for the betterment of communities navigating water challenges.
An accomplished independent filmmaker and director of Parallel Cine Movement. She is based at Khulna, Bangladesh.
Climate and energy transition journalist and researcher, deeply interested in telling Africa's story.
Photographer and researcher studying for an MA in photojournalism from the University of the Arts London and a PhD in conservation and environmental science from the University of Leeds.
A PhD scholar at the Bamboo Applications and Manufacturing Lab, University of British Columbia in Canada.
Shannon is interested in sustainability, freshwater ecology, and intergovernmental watershed stewardship. She has degrees in Integrated Water Resources Management and Environmental Engineering.
A Kathmandu-based freelance journalist with a postgraduate degree in agricultural economics from the University of Georgia, writing primarily about environmental and climate change issues.
Fadil is a student and initiator of the Good Weather Good Life project in Narathiwat, Thailand.
Shahadat is an Economics student from Bangladesh. He is member of The Climate Action Champions Network.
Salam is a water management specialist from Afghanistan. He is studying at IHE Delft Institute for Water Education.
Nahid is a development activist, currently working as research officer in Bangladesh Environment and Development Society.
Uthpal is manager Integrated Water Resources Management for Climate Smart Agriculture at Solidaridad Network in Bangladesh.
Anchanikran is a student at Kasetsart University, and member of Youth Leadership Development in the Thai water sector in Thailand.
Engeline is an anthropologist specialised in human-nature relations. She studied Anthropology and Development Studies in Nijmegen.
Rida is a former news anchor with Pakistan Television and presently pursuing a Master’s in Media and Politics.
Anis is a student and initiator of the Good Weather Good Life project in Narathiwat, Thailand.
Nhung is a freelance writer from Ho Chi Minh City, covering gender inequality, climate change and health in Vietnam.
Toto is a farmer and member of Youth Farm Network (Y-Farm) based in Korat, Thailand.
Arnon is the founder of Green Dot, a platform for citizens’ participation in the maintenance of green space in Thailand.
Tu is a young environmentalist, student and member of Youth Farm Network (Y-Farm) based in Can Tho, Vietnam.
Ramisa is graduated with a double major in Environmental Science and Public Health at Asian University for Women in Bangladesh.
Samiha is a teaching assistant in Environmental Science and Public Health at Asian University for Women in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Naung is a farmer, member of Youth Farm Network and promoting conservation in Ayeyarwady, Myanmar.
S.M. Nayem is a student from the environmental science discipline at the Khulna University, Bangladesh.
Godlove is a Tanzanian communication and marketing specialist at LEAD Foundation and Justdiggit.
Jemima is an associate at Azure strategy and consultant at the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Poli is a news presenter and editor at Community Radio Pollikontho 99.2 FM in Moulvibazar, Bangladesh.
Moyna is assistant programmer at Community Radio Naf 99.2 FM in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Sanchayan is asst. Professor of Public Policy in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at IIT Tirupati, India.
Sadia is a business graduate from Bangladesh, working as a program officer at the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
Shruti is project executive at The Buddha Institute, India. She works on socio-economic initiatives for marginalised people.
Madeline is a science writer and photojournalist specialising in sustainable agriculture development and water resource management.
Saiyna is a Pakistani photojournalist, focusing on women from vulnerable communities, migration and climate change.
Almustaqim is a development journalist from Nigeria using media to bridge the communication gap between science, policy and society.
Tasmim is a news and program presenter at Radio Padma 99.2FM in Bangladesh.
Cynthia is a photographer based in Amsterdam and Brooklyn, NY. She was part of the Water as Leverage program and documented its design process.
Mohsin is a correspondent for Jamuna Television in Bangladesh. He reports on remote coastal communities in the Sundarbans.
Farzana is a development professional with 10 years of experience in Bangladesh and Australia.