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Cassie Werber

Self Description

December 2015: "Cassie Werber (@cassiewerber) is based in the UK where she writes about renewable energy, politics and society, management and the arts for Quartz. Before joining, she was an energy reporter for The Wall Street Journal. She’s a co-organizer of Hacks Hackers London, a monthly networking group for journalists and technologists. Her undergraduate degree is from Cambridge University and she also has a master’s in business and finance journalism from City University, London, and the University of Aarhus in Denmark. Prior to journalism, Cassie got a master’s in theater at Central School of Speech and Drama and started a professional theater company, directing plays mainly in London and Edinburgh. She hails from Ipswich, along with Cardinal Wolsey, and no one else famous."

Third-Party Descriptions

December 2015: Journalist.


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Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Quartz Source Nov 26, 2015

Articles and Resources

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Nov 26, 2015 One concept will dominate the Paris climate talks, and it has nothing to do with the climate

QUOTE: concept is “differentiation.” But we all call it fairness. Developed countries have benefitted from emitting unlimited carbon until quite recently, reaping the economic rewards. Now, countries like India want to lift millions out of poverty. Why shouldn’t they be allowed to emit as much as their predecessors on the path to prosperity?