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Over the past two years, I spent roughly % of my time working as a journalist
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In relation to the energy transition and climate policy, I mostly cover the following topics:*

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Please give us an idea of your work by providing links to, or attachments of, three recently published, relevant pieces of work (these submit articles/broadcasts published after 1 January 2017).

Please ensure the links are working correctly, and that the author name, publication date and publication name are clearly discernible.

Please ensure that the name of the article author, the publication date as well as the news outlet are clearly discernible from all submissions.

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Please also notify us via email if any of your details change, or you wish to leave the CLEW Journalism Network. If at some point you stop working as a journalist, we trust that you let us know of this change as well.

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As a CLEW Journalism Network member, you will receive occasional network update emails (a few times per year). These will include information on upcoming events and opportunities, a round-up of recent network activities, and an updated membership list. If you would also like to receive the daily or weekly Clean Energy Wire newsletter, which includes news, briefings and background on the German energy transition, please tick as appropriate below:

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The CLEW Journalism Network is based on shared trust and cooperation. This netiquette sets out some basic rules for respectful communication. By joining the network, you agree to respect them.

If a problem or misconduct is brought to our attention, we will address it and it may lead to exclusion from the network. Should you experience any offence from within the community, do get in touch with us via: network@cleanenergywire.org.

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