Doyle leaves Reuters to freelance
Alister Doyle, who has worked at Reuters since 1982, is leaving the news organization to freelance.
Doyle has been an environment correspondent based in Oslo, Norway.
He has worked as the environment correspondent since 2004, mainly covering U.N. negotiations and the science of climate change. He also spent 2011-12 as a Knight Science journalism fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
A British citizen based in Oslo, his job at Reuters has taken him to places ranging from the Arctic to Antarctica, where he was on the last flight to land on a part of the Wilkins Ice shelf before it collapsed in early 2009.
Previously, he had postings with Reuters in Paris, Central America, Brussels and London in a career stretching back to 1982.
I’m leaving to go freelance – thanks to colleagues, and scientists, delegates, NGOs who’ve helped me, especially at #climate talks in Milan, Montreal, Nairobi, Bali, Poznan, Copenhagen, Cancun, Doha, Warsaw, Lima, Paris, Marrakesh and Bonn. Please stay in touch!
— alister doyle (@alisterdoyle) March 21, 2019