Collating the best research, writing and analysis.

We cover campaigns, research and policy developments related to climate change, urban development, economics and biodiversity protection.

Land and Climate Review aims to provide analysis and commentary on the latest academic and policy research on the interactions between land use, economic theory, climate change and culture.

We hope that academics, researchers, activists and policymakers will be able to contribute to the publication and help inform readers around the world. We also hope journalists researching these topics will find the resources useful.

The site is powered and funded by the team at Culmer Raphael, an energy and environmental research and policy consultancy. Project funders have included the Southern Environmental Law Center, the Climate and Land Use Alliance, and the European Climate Foundation. 

Our people

Alasdair MacEwen

Co-Editor

Alasdair has worked in politics and government in Scotland, Spain, France, Brussels and London. He now works on climate policy and politics in the EU and UK.

Edward Robinson

Co-Editor

Edward has spent over a decade working in climate change and environmental campaigns in the UK and EU. He has worked for Green Alliance in the UK and the European Climate Foundation in Brussels. With Alasdair, he co-founded Culmer Raphael in 2014 and Land and Climate Review in 2021.

Bertie Harrison-Broninski

Senior Editor

Bertie has worked on Land and Climate Review as an editor, investigator, and podcast host since it was founded in 2021. He has published writing and investigations in outlets including The Times, Al Jazeera, Financial Times, and Hunting Ghislaine, a book about Ghislaine Maxwell. 

Camille Corcoran

Assistant Editor

Camille is a journalist and researcher conducting investigations and commissioning articles for Land and Climate Review. She has worked on investigations for the BBC, Channel 4, Private Eye and openDemocracy.

Sam Quashie-Idun

senior Investigative journalist

Sam is an experienced investigative journalist who has worked for major news organisations such CNN, NBC News and Sky News. He is the current Head of News Investigations at Greenpeace Africa and has an expertise in covering stories relating race, climate, social justice and the African continent. 

Jaysim Hanspal

Investigative journalist

Jaysim is an investigative journalist at Land and Climate Review. She is also a researcher at Newsnight, the BBC’s flagship current affairs TV programme. In her spare time she likes to climb, meditate, and bake.