I edit the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s daily news website on the humanitarian and development impacts of climate change. As part of my work, I help train and mentor a network of more than 100 developing world climate change journalists. Prior to coming to the Thomson Reuters Foundation in 2009, I worked as a foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune newspaper for 15 years based in New Delhi, Kuwait, Johannesburg, Rio de Janeiro, Havana, Mexico City and London. I opened the first post-revolution U.S. newspaper bureau in Havana in 2001, and spent extensive time reporting from Afghanistan and Iraq, including as a unilateral journalist during the Second Gulf War in 2003. I've reported from more than 85 countries and covered a wide variety of humanitarian, political, economic and environmental issues. I've been writing about climate change since 2003 in countries ranging from Indonesia to South Africa.