Charles Clover is a journalist and author, with a weekly column about environmental matters in the Sunday Times.
He was Environment Editor of The Daily Telegraph, based in London, from 1988-2008 and conceived the Telegraph Earth website and developed it with a small, talented team of other journalists.
He has been elected national journalist of the year by the British Environment and Media Awards three times, in 1989, 1994 and 1996.
He was co-author with the Prince of Wales of Highgrove: Portrait of an Estate, (1993) a best-selling study of Prince Charles’s conversion to organic farming and gardening and a clarion call for sustainable farming.
His book The End of the Line: how over-fishing is changing the world and what we eat (Ebury 2004), has been described as the definitive book on over-fishing.
It won the Guild of Food Writers’ Derek Cooper Award for investigative food writing, an Andre Simon award for food writing and the Zoological Society of London’s BIOSIS award for communicating zoology. (endoftheline.com)
Books in order of publication:
Highgrove: Portrait of an Estate – 1993
The End of the Line: how over-fishing is changing the world and what we eat – 2004
Black Wind, White Snow: Vladimir Putin and the Great Culture of the Steppe – 2015
Rewilding the Sea: How to Save our Oceans – 2022