Articles by Jennifer Ann Thomas

Jennifer is a Brazilian journalist with experience in environmental affairs, sustainability and human rights. She has travelled all the regions in Brazil and reported from the different biomes. From the Amazon rainforest, she has covered crimes against wildlife, illegal mining and contemporary slave work. In 2016, she travelled the Doce river after the Samarco dam brake and covered the impacts from the worst socioenvironmental disaster in the country's history. On a regular basis, she reports on government transparency, deforestation rates and public policies. In 2018, she was shortlisted as one of the top 10 sustainability journalists in Brazil.