Hugh Biggar


Hugh Biggar has worked as a reporter for print and online publications, as a consultant for international agencies including the United Nations Development Program and the U.S. Peace Corps, and as an advisor for the Roshan Learning Center for refugees in Jakarta, Indonesia. He earned an MA in public affairs journalism from Stanford University with additional coursework at Stanford’s school for International Policy Studies.

By this writer

Local and national-level responses for a climate-proof future
Researchers warn drilling would be catastrophic for climate and environment
Africa has low rates of renewable energy use, but communities are working to change that
The remote land of the dragon blood tree faces an uncertain future
GLFx restoration initiative provides hope against desertification and deforestation
In a region hard-hit by climate change, Eden Festival of Action inspires local help
To restore degraded lands globally, organizations release shared vision guided by science
Here’s what experts said in two dialogues on Africa’s sustainable finance landscape
Studies show links between height and carbon storage, but development and climate change risks survival
Four winners receive funding to solve socioeconomic and environmental challenges in Central Asia
As rainfall increases, plagues expected to rise in frequency
Environmental defender Javier Ruiz Gutierrez continues battling agribusiness and criminal networks to protect a national 'lung'
A look at climate change in the California Floristic Province
In its latest move as a global climate leader, the state directs new ‘low-carb’ standards at forests