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Rajeev Tyagi

Gwalior, India
  • Agriculture
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate Change
  • Pollution
  • Energy
  • Forests

Rajeev Tyagi has over four years of experience in the field of journalism, and more than a year in environmentalism and climate change. He is based in Sehore, near Bhopal. He focuses on the environment, renewable energy, development, and under-reported issues, sometimes also writing about cinema, and culture. He works with Groundreport, a digital news organization with a focus on solutions-based climate news reportage. Currently, he is working on the digital publication of his stories, in both video and article forms.

Two of his latest solutions-based articles focus on providing alternatives to methods with significant CO2 emissions. The first article spotlights solar-based cooking and alternatives to LPG or fossil-fuel-based cooking. The second article looks at mud-houses, and the myths around them.

As well as a Bachelor’s in Journalism from the University of Delhi, Rajeev is also a Young India Fellow (YIF). YIF is an academic programme, at Ashoka University in Sonipat, Haryana, where Tyagi received a PG Diploma in Liberal Arts. After YIF, he joined NDTV as a production assistant. Eventually, he left his full-time job to devote his time to journalism, and climate-change-related stories in his home state of Madhya Pradesh.

Rajeev Tyagi

Gwalior, India
  • Agriculture
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate Change
  • Pollution
  • Energy
  • Forests

Rajeev Tyagi has over four years of experience in the field of journalism, and more than a year in environmentalism and climate change. He is based in Sehore, near Bhopal. He focuses on the environment, renewable energy, development, and under-reported issues, sometimes also writing about cinema, and culture. He works with Groundreport, a digital news organization with a focus on solutions-based climate news reportage. Currently, he is working on the digital publication of his stories, in both video and article forms.

Two of his latest solutions-based articles focus on providing alternatives to methods with significant CO2 emissions. The first article spotlights solar-based cooking and alternatives to LPG or fossil-fuel-based cooking. The second article looks at mud-houses, and the myths around them.

As well as a Bachelor’s in Journalism from the University of Delhi, Rajeev is also a Young India Fellow (YIF). YIF is an academic programme, at Ashoka University in Sonipat, Haryana, where Tyagi received a PG Diploma in Liberal Arts. After YIF, he joined NDTV as a production assistant. Eventually, he left his full-time job to devote his time to journalism, and climate-change-related stories in his home state of Madhya Pradesh.