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Managing Team


Daisy Bressington 

Head Editor

Daisy Bressington is currently working on a DPhil in Environmental History, researching the conceptualisation and implementation of agricultural reform schemes in twentieth-century Tanzania, highlighting a consistent lack of effective environmental consideration in modern development planning. She has a master's in the History of Political Thought and is especially interested in the politicisation of environmental thinking and sustainability


Regina Kong​

Head Editor

Regina Kong is currently a postgraduate student in Nature, Society, and Environmental Governance at the Oxford School of Geography and the Environment. Her writing, research, and artwork examine how cultural production can situate human knowledge of natural spaces, with a focus on the transcorporeal perceptions of mining-related dust in Mongolia. Regina also holds a degree in Art Practice and a degree in Comparative Literature, both from Stanford University.


Emma Schneck

Head Editor

Emma Schneck is a recent graduate of the MSc in Nature, Society, and Environmental Governance at the Oxford School of Geography and the Environment. Growing up on the island of Kauai, Hawai’i sparked her interest in the intersections of environment, politics, migration, and climate justice. After graduating from Trinity College with a degree in Political Science, she moved to Morocco where she worked in eco-travel and assisted on a documentary focusing on climate change migration in the Sahara. Currently, she is researching coastal conservation and its impacts on island communities.


Sam Burry
Business Editor

Sam Burry is a second year PhD candidate in Politics at Oxford. His research centres on theories of protest, civil rights, and legal obligation in the United States from the 1960s onwards, with a particular focus on the life, works, and influence of Derrick Bell. He has concomitant interests in the intellectual development of theories of environmental protest and activism, as well as the political economy of law. 

Prior to Oxford, he completed an MPhil in Political Thought and Intellectual History and a BA in History and Politics at Cambridge, where he graduated with a starred first (first-class honours with distinction) and was awarded the University’s History and Politics Prize for best overall performance. 

Social Media Editor

Anja Rossmanith

Line Editors

Aysha Emmerson

Carmen Le

Emma Burnett

Erin Rugland

Eve Fraser

Greta Markey

Jonny Turnbull

Karen Fonstad

Lauren Chang

Natasha Jopson

Riley Mayes

Rose Amey

Sophie McSherry

Tanvi Dutta Gupta

Victor Laroussinie-Passaret

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Karolina Uskakovych
Art Director

​Karolina Uskakovych is a designer, artist, and filmmaker from Kyiv, Ukraine. She is a co-founder of the Uzvar_Collective and Art Director for the magazine Anthroposphere: The Oxford Climate Review. She is also artist-in-residence at Re(Grounding) programme as well as the Digital Ecologies research group. Her current research explores traditional ecological knowledge in relation to gardening in Ukraine.

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