Fredrick Kusu has more than 9 years of experience in working as a journalist for the Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation (SIBC). Kusu covers stories such as climate change, pollution, health, natural disasters and others. Currently, he is SIBC's Sub Editor and Online Administrator/Editor. He writes for SIBC's radio, online and TV platforms. As part of his assignment on radio journalism at the University of the South Pacific (USP), he produced a radio documentary on the impacts of climate change on the sea shores and food gardens in North Malaita, Solomon Islands. Kusu graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Law at USP in 2021. He is the recipient of the USP Journalism School Most Promising First Year Student Award in 2018 and the Best Radio Journalism Student Award in 2019. Kusu was also awarded the Climate Change Media Partnership 2022 Reporting Fellowships to cover COP27 virtually from the Solomon Islands. He was then awarded the Climate Change Media Partnership 2023 Reporting Fellowship to attend in-person and cover COP28 in Dubai for the Solomon Islands.