Iván Carrillo (CDMX, 1970). Journalist, editor and TV host specialized in science, health and the environment. He is co-founder and co-director of Historias sin Fronteras and En Común (podcast). He is a member of the 2016-17 generation of the MIT Knight Science Journalism Fellowship and is part of the National Geographic Society's global community of Explorers. As well, Ivan is the general editor of the Tec Review platform specialized in science, innovation and entrepreneurship and is the head of the Ibero-American Scientific and Cultural News (NCC) that is broadcast in 20 countries and three languages. Recently he launched the Aquatic Atlas program on YouTube dedicated to the conservation of the oceans. He has collaborated with the most important national media and his reports in Natgeo (LA) and Newsweek en Español have been recognized with the most outstanding awards in Mexico.
Lynne Walker is a Pulitzer Prize finalist and spent much of her career reporting from Mexico, where she served as a correspondent from 1992 to 2008. She received the Maria Moors Cabot Prize from the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of Colombia in New York in 2005 for her outstanding coverage of Latin America. As the president and executive director of InquireFirst, which she founded in 2016, Lynne continues to work with Latin American colleagues on new ways to produce collaborative, cross-border science, health, and environmental reporting.
Eduardo is an environmental investigation journalist, photographer and documentary filmmaker. In 2016 he founded www.raibolivia.org, a platform for news on the environment, conservation and environmental science in Bolivia and Latin America, a project of the Blue Foresta Foundation, an NGO he directs. As a freelance journalist he has written for international media such as National Geographic, Mongabay, O Eco, as well as several newspapers and magazines in Bolivia.
He develops investigations on conservation issues, forests, indigenous aspects, environmental crimes and exploitation of natural resources in Latin America, among others. He has been a finalist in the Latin American Investigative Journalism Awards COLPIN, and in the Society of Environmental Journalists Awards.
He is a member of several international journalism associations, including the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) in the USA, Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), the National Association of Science Writers (NASW) and the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN).
Eduardo holds a degree in Law and Social Sciences from the Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz de la Sierra, a Master's degree in Climate Change from the Universidad Europea del Atlántico, and postgraduate studies in Literature, Management and Conservation of Natural Areas, and International Environmental Law.
Gustavo Faleiros is an environmental journalist and media trainer who specializes in data-driven reporting. In 2012, he launched InfoAmazonia, a digital map that uses satellite and other publicly available data to monitor the Amazon rainforest. Faleiros also helped create the Amazon Communications Network, which trained journalists and produced 200 stories about environmental issues in the region. The network sprang from his earlier accomplishments at the Brazilian environmental news site O Eco, where Faleiros worked his way up to executive editor. He introduced the use of satellite images and interactive maps in O Eco reports.
Faleiros began his career as a reporter for Valor Econômico, Brazil’s main financial newspaper. He covered infrastructure, energy and sanitation. In 2003, the World Bank awarded him a prize for a story on the water supply in rural areas near São Paulo. He was also twice selected as a Knight International Journalism Fellow due to his work to promote data literacy and geojournalism. Between 2014 and 2017, he worked in alliance with the Earth Journalism Network, where he led the Council of Partners, the climate mentorship program, besides activities in Africa and Latin America.
Faleiros earned a master’s degree in environment, politics and globalization from King’s College London and a degree in journalism at the Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC). He also has contributed to publications such as Scientific American, The Guardian-UK and Folha de São Paulo.