SOUTHEAST ASIA ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER; ENVIRONMENT AND SCIENCE CORRESPONDENT, THE STRAITS TIMES (SINGAPORE)
Audrey Tan is the science and environment correspondent at The Straits Times in Singapore. She covers a broad range of issues in this role, from biodiversity conservation to climate change. Some topics she has written extensively about include the illegal wildlife trade in South-east Asia, deforestation and haze in the region, as well as the impacts of natural climate phenomena such as El Nino. She is interested in learning new ways of communicating these subjects to a non-technical audience. Audrey holds a master’s degree in climate science and policy from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego.