Cristiane Prizibisczki is a Brazilian journalist. She graduated from Universidade Estadual de Londrina (2006) and has 15 years of experience in the field of socio-environmental communication, including the coverage of international events, such as the UN Conference on Climate Change and global forums. She is an alumnus of the University of Cambridge (UK), where she participated in the Press Fellowship Program (2011), having published the article, "(Mis)Informed Cities? – The urban level of climate change as reported on the pages of UK prestige press: A case study of the websites of BBC News and the Guardian.” She has a postgraduate degree in Communication from Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (2016). Her texts have already been published in national and international vehicles, such as Valor Econômico, UOL, Editora Abril and Ecosystem Marketplace, and since 2007 she collaborates for ((o))eco (www.oeco.org.br). She won the Earth Journalism Awards (2009) in three international categories and the Embrapa Reporting Award (2014), among others. Currently, she focuses her coverage on the environmental and climate change public policies, mainly in the Amazon. Her work has already served as support in actions filed by the Federal Public Ministry of Brazil and in the discussions of the Brazilian Congress.