Nick Clark

Nick Clark

Nick Clark is the environment editor for Al Jazeera English. He has also works as a network presenter and correspondent and is a Royal Television Society award winner. He was a 2014 Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT.

Europe

Norway to build hybrid ships to lower shipping emissions

Given the shipping industry is responsible for a significant proportion of the global climate problem, change cannot come soon enough.

Norway to build hybrid ships to lower shipping emissions

Europe

Saving Lofoten Islands: Norway's turn towards biodiversity

Rich in biodiversity, the Lofoten Islands are in the crosshairs of a big oil company.

Saving Lofoten Islands: Norway's turn towards biodiversity

Europe

Arctic surfing: Snow, sand and the northern lights

Surfing in one of the coldest beaches in the world has changed a former fishing and farming hamlet.

Arctic surfing: Snow, sand and the northern lights

Europe

Nature on the brink: Global warming threatens arctic cod fishery

Al Jazeera reports from the Lofoten Islands inside the Arctic Circle on the threats faced by one of the most important fisheries in the world.

Nature on the brink: Global warming threatens arctic cod fishery

Europe

COP24: Coal-dependent Poland refrains from adopting clean energy

It is evident that for coal-dependent nations like Poland, transition to clean energy is long way off.

COP24: Coal-dependent Poland refrains from adopting clean energy

Europe

COP24: World leaders to discuss climate challenges in Poland

Wildfires, droughts and hurricanes are among many environmental challenges to be discussed at the UN climate conference.

COP24: World leaders to discuss climate challenges in Poland

Antarctica

Proposal could create world's largest protected area in Antarctic

Protection of two million square kilometres of pristine Wedell Sea under discussion in Australia this week.

Proposal could create world's largest protected area in Antarctic

United Kingdom

London summit scrutinises $23bn global wildlife trafficking

Wildlife trafficking is the fourth-most lucrative transnational crime after drugs, weapons and human trafficking.

London summit scrutinises $23bn global wildlife trafficking

Iceland

Calls in Iceland to ban commercial hunting of whales

Iceland does not publicise its whale hunting industry much, and with declining public support, graphic images of what could be a Blue Whale being slaughtered is a PR nightmare for the country.

Calls in Iceland to ban commercial hunting of whales

Europe

Climate change threatens Greenland's sled dog culture

Unstable winter seas are forcing fishermen to use boats instead of sled dogs to fish and hunt seals, threatening the historic tradition of its unique hunting lifestyle.

Climate change threatens Greenland's sled dog culture

US & Canada

Greenland villages face tsunami threat over giant glacier

A huge 11 million-tonne iceberg grounded just outside village of Innaarsuit could cause life-threatening waves, endangering the coastal homes of the town's 169 residents.

Greenland villages face tsunami threat over giant glacier

Antarctica

Curtains, clothes and ice

Scientists exploring one of the last remaining pristine areas of Antarctica to bolster case for creating sanctuary area.

Curtains, clothes and ice