Isabel Alarcón is an Ecuadorian journalist specialized in environmental issues. For the past eight years, she has worked as a reporter at El Comercio, Ecuador’s largest newspaper. Since 2017 she has been writing and investigating about local and international environmental issues. In 2017 she won a scholarship to attend a one-week e-mobility training course in Germany organized by International Journalism Programme. In 2019 she won one of the two Douglas Tweedale Memorial Fellowship scholarships, organized by the International Center for Journalists. In 2020, she won an scholarship to attend the online course on Wildlife Traffic organized by Fundación Gabo, WCS and WWF. That same year she wrote, produced and hosted three podcasts created by United Nations Development Programme-Ecuador to explain and promote the country´s NDC. You can find her on Instagram, @isabelalarconp, or Twitter, @isabelalarconp.