Hazel Southam - Journalist

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Environment

Pupils aim to save bee from extinction

Sunday Telegraph 15 April 2018: Children in Cornwall are taking a break from their English and maths lessons to save an endangered bee.

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Rare birds thriving on Scilly Isles after scheme rids islands of rats

The Guardian 21 October 2016: Number of nesting Manx shearwaters almost triples in three years after a project, backed by Prince Charles, sucessfully kills off the rats that eat the birds’ chicks and eggs

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The waters of Hellbrunn

Geographical December 2015: Hazel Southam investigates how a 17th century practical joke in Austria, led to a 19th century water sustainability project that’s still going strong today

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Scilly's climate change

Geographical 18 December 2015: As sea level rise affects coastline communities around the globe, what hope for the future of the UK’s own Isles of Scilly? Hazel Southam talks to the people on the frontline

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About Hazel

Hazel Southam is an award-winning journalist who reports on religious affairs, international development and the environment. She has covered four G8 Summits.

She wrote for The Sunday and Daily Telegraph for 10 years. Her work has also appeared in The Guardian, The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, The Daily Mail and The Evening Standard.

Reporting assignments have taken her to places including Bosnia, Zimbabwe, Mongolia, Albania, Nagorno-Karabakh, Senegal and the Arctic Circle.

In the UK, she has also delivered media training to the MOD and leading businesses.

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