10 October 2022

Michal Zablocki

Michal joined Beyond Fossil Fuels in October 2022. Before that, he worked for several years in campaign, media, and policy teams at the environmental organisations ClientEarth and European Climate Foundation. He was a long-time Polish Press Agency journalist, serving as a climate and environment reporter in Warsaw and a foreign correspondent in Prague, Bratislava, and Moscow.

He was also a member of the Central-Eastern European policy think-tank Visegrad Insight, where he took care of CEE’s green agenda. He has an MA degree in linguistics from the University of Wroclaw, spent an academic scholarship at the University of Turin, and speaks five foreign languages. In his free time, he loves hiking and enjoys nature.

Michal is also the author of the non-fiction book on the Czech Republic: “It’s not a paradise. Essays on contemporary Czechia” published in Polish and Czech.

 

 

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