About Us

CarbonCopy is a media portal that tracks developments in the climate and energy sector. We publish a subscriber-based newsletter – ‘Climate Fortnightly’ – which is focused on India’s climate and energy news and developments.

In addition to this, we curate content from guest authors and experts, as well as publish original content that covers international developments from an Indian perspective.

We are supported by Climate Trends, an agency that works towards simplifying complex environmental issues through research and communications.

Submissions

Carbon Copy has now begun accepting pitches for reportage, news and analysis on issues pertaining to climate, energy and air pollution. Story ideas and pitches can be submitted to editor@carboncopy.info


The CarbonCopy Team

Aarti Khosla – Director

Aarti Khosla started CarbonCopy along with a team of colleagues in 2017 after close to two decades of experience in media and external relations, communication strategy and public campaigns. She is passionate about communicating climate change in ways that engage people and involve the decision-makers.
Prior to her current role, Aarti has worked with WWF as a campaigner with the climate and energy team. She has also worked at The Energy Resources Institute and taught briefly at the University of Delhi.

Shreeshan Venkatesh- Editorial Head

Shreeshan is an environment and science journalist with close to a decade of reporting experience on the intersections of technology, development, environment and society. Before joining the Carbon Copy, Shreeshan was a senior correspondent at Down to Earth magazine where he worked extensively on climate science, climate policy and their implications on society. He has also contributed to Climate Change Now, a book that analyses the science, politics and economics of 25 years of climate change negotiations.

Moonis Ijlal – Senior Writer

Moonis Ijlal is a journalist, historian and visual artist. An ex-Indian Express staff writer and NDTV news editor, he has 14 years of experience as a journalist. He has a PhD in history and has taught a course on environmental movements and ecological history of India for two years as an assistant professor at Delhi University.

Moonis has also produced over 200 half-hour daily debates on the impact of social media on users and formal news media.

Anushka Mohite – Copy Editor and Writer

Anushka has over 11 years of editorial experience, including anchoring the front page of a national newspaper. She completed her Masters in Internationalism Journalism from Cardiff University and currently resides in Mumbai.

Aniruddha Bhattacharjee – Analyst and Researcher

Aniruddha tracks India’s energy sector, with a focus on power generation and retail tariffs. He also follows international developments that relate to thermal and renewable power, electric mobility, technical advancements in conventional automobiles and climate change.