Zoha Tunio is an investigative journalist with a special interest in climate change reporting. Her words have appeared in the Newsline Magazine, Inside Climate News where she was Roy W. Howard Fellow, Associated Press and the Washington Post. She has written about air quality, extreme heat and the devastating floods in Pakistan. In Nov 2022, she was one of 20 journalists from developing countries around the world to be awarded a fellowship by the Earth Journalism Network to cover Cop27 in Egypt. Zoha earned her bachelor’s degree in media sciences from the Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology and a master’s degree in Investigative Journalism at the Arizona State University through the Fulbright program. She lives in Karachi, Pakistan with her parents and house plants.