About Us

The Centre for Climate Reporting is a not-for-profit investigative journalism organisation focused on the biggest story of our time: climate change.

Across the world, powerful politicians, companies and individuals are obstructing the transition to a low-carbon economy. They often do so behind closed doors, while publicly claiming to be part of the solution to climate change.

Through in-depth, cross-border investigative reporting, our mission is to hold these actors to account.

To ensure that these stories reach as wide an audience as possible, we partner and collaborate with the world’s most respected media organisations.

We report without fear or favour and are committed to rigorous, fair, public interest journalism.


Lawrence is an investigative journalist whose work has primarily focused on the connections between climate change, political influence and dark money. He has investigated Big Oil’s war on US climate policy, fossil fuel-funded climate sceptics, and the petrostates seeking to keep the world hooked on oil. His 2021 undercover investigation into ExxonMobil’s obstruction of US climate policy led to two major Congressional inquiries. Lawrence’s work has been featured in the New York Times; Washington Post; Wall Street Journal; CNN; BBC; Financial Times; O Globo and others.

Tom is a BAFTA-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker. He has filmed, produced and directed films for major broadcasters including the BBC, Channel 4, ARD, ARTE and VICE. He has investigated narco gangs in Mexico, Britain’s far-right street movements, vigilantes, underground animal rights activists and clandestine drug producers. He has conducted agenda-setting undercover investigations into corporate tax avoidance, dirty Russian money in London real estate, dark money in British politics and fossil fuel lobbying. His films have been featured in the Guardian, New York Times, Times of London, Daily Mail, Financial Times and others.

Ben is a British investigative reporter based in New York City working for the Centre for Climate Reporting. He investigates the tools used by multinational corporations, authoritarian regimes and wealthy individuals to retain power and his work has been featured in some of the world’s biggest news outlets, such as The New York Times, the Guardian and the LA Times. He was previously a reporter at The Bureau of Investigative Journalism.


The Centre for Climate Reporting is strictly editorially independent.

We are committed to working with integrity and fairness to uncover wrongdoing. Our work is made possible through the generous support of the Energy Transition Fund, a sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors; Meliore Foundation; and KR Foundation. Seed funding was provided by Greenpeace UK.


To get in touch, please email info@climate-reporting.org