FORESIGHT Climate & Energy is the essential read on the global transition to a decarbonised energy economy


Climate change is at the top of the political agenda. Governments are promising to do much more to move from a fossil fuel economy to one based on renewable energies and greater efficiency. But there is a world of difference between knee-jerk reactions and well-thought-out change for long-term climate and societal gain.

FORESIGHT Climate & Energy bridges that difference. Its in-depth articles and expert opinions identify actionable solutions that will work long term and map their development paths to a clean energy economy.


FORESIGHT Climate & Energy is the essential read on the global energy transition. Led by our Editor-in-Chief in London, our international network of expert journalists and writers report on what really matters, without fear or favour.

Our content is intelligent and knowledgeable, and designed to look good, digitally and in print. We focus on how to achieve thriving renewable energy markets and liveable cities through the right mix of policy, regulatory, financial and technology initiatives.

We publish top quality in-depth articles and expert opinions on our website every week and a high quality magazine twice a year focused on a specific theme.

Over 100,000 policymakers, energy experts in business, finance and academia, city leaders and leading NGOs have access to our website, while our magazine is read by over 60,000 influential stakeholders.

Editorial management

Editor-in-Chief David Weston is an experienced journalist with a focus on renewable energy and wider business reporting. Based in London, he has written extensively for Windpower Monthly, a global publication, most recently as News Editor with responsibility for the daily digital news feed. David has online, print, audio, and video experience. He has previously covered consumer news, local affairs, and national politics. 

Editorial Director Lyn Harrison is former co-owner, founder and editor of Windpower Monthly. Following the sale of Windpower Monthly to Haymarket Media in 2008, she moved to a brand development role as editorial development director. In 2012 she founded InsightWind to bring a range of advisory and communications services to a broader market. 

Art directors Julie Frölich and Sune Ehlers are two of Denmark’s most experienced magazine professionals. Their design office has created numerous award-winning titles throughout the past 20 years. They are passionate about all things in print.

Editorial team 

Policy Editor Sam Morgan has reported on energy and climate policy for more than five years, focusing in particular on EU affairs in Brussels. A graduate of Columbia University’s Energy Journalism Initiative, Sam has experience of print, online and audiovisual work, producing weekly video news updates for the past two years. In 2021, he was named among the top 20 social media ‘EU influencers’ for his reporting.

Europe Editor Heather O’Brian has reported extensively about renewable energy policy and financing. Based in Milan, she began her journalism career at  the news agency Dow Jones and has written for a variety of energy, business and legal publications since then. She holds a Master’s in International Relations, with a focus on energy and environmental policy and international economics.

Correspondent and Special Projects Editor Jason Deign is a Barcelona-based business writer, journalist, and author reporting on cleantech, energy, technology and the future. In 2020 he was featured at number 42 in Tyto Tech’s 500 Power List of the most influential people in the UK technology sector, ranking second within cleantech

Correspondent Catherine Early has specialised in energy, the environment and sustainability since 2004. She worked in-house as a writer and commissioning editor for several specialist magazines, including Windpower Monthly. Since going freelance in 2017, she has written for a variety of publications, including China Dialogue, BBC Future Planet, and the Economist’s World Ocean Initiative and Sustainability Project. She was a finalist in the Guardian’s international development journalism competition.

Americas Editor Ros Davidson grew up on an off-the-grid farm in northern Scotland and has been fascinated by energy and the environment ever since. Based near San Francisco, she has corresponded from America for many years for Scottish newspapers, Reuters and BBC radio.

Special Reports and Asia Editor Katie Kouchakji is a freelance journalist, based in Auckland, New Zealand. Katie was previously editor at Carbon Finance in London and was a market reporter at Argus Media, where she first began writing about climate change policy and emissions trading. She has written for an array of publications, including Carbon Pulse Platts and Environmental Finance.

Correspondent Anna Gumbau is a freelance energy and climate journalist and event moderator in Brussels. She was previously an EU climate correspondent for Carbon Pulse and an energy reporter with Interfax Global Energy Services. A radio broadcasting major in her university years, she started working in the audio production field 15 years ago at her local radio station. She also mentors a cohort of journalists from across the world at the Earth Journalism Network.

We’re growing our team

We are expanding our team of expert writers. If you, or someone you know, can join the dots of the energy transition and provide intelligent insight into the sector
please send a short pitch to our London-based Editor David Weston ( Please provide links to your previously published work (online or print).

FORESIGHT Climate & Energy readership

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Disclaimer: FORESIGHT Climate & Energy is independent of outside economic and political interests and assumes no responsibility for advertising material. Content from the publication may not be reproduced, distributed or stored in any form without the publisher’s written permission. FORESIGHT Climate & Energy is a trademark of FORESIGHT Media Group.

Addressing climate challenges in a sustainable and affordable way requires industry and governments to collaborate and accelerate action significantly over the next decade. EY’s association with FORESIGHT Climate & Energy supports the formation of an independent forum where perspectives, ideas and innovation collide to inspire, enable actions and fast-track the decarbonisation of society.”

Serge Colle,
EY Global Energy Advisory Leader