Manon Verchot



Natural science, Conservation, Wildlife


Columbia University, University of Kent


Manon Verchot is a multimedia journalist with a focus on the environment, health, sustainability, and women's rights. She worked as a writer for Treehugger in 2014, writing numerous articles on conservation, endangered wildlife, and natural science.



Verchot has been a staff writer and contributor at the National Audubon Society, the Hindustan Times, ClimateWire, and the Quint. Her work has appeared in Quartz, Huffington Post, Scientific American, The Guardian, and the Queens Gazette. She is currently a digital editor at Mongabay. 

In 2015 she was a Climate Change Reporting Fellow with GroundTruth, covering COP21 in Paris. An avid traveler, Verchot has lived in India, Kenya, Brazil, Indonesia, France, and England. She is now based in New York City. 



Verchot completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Kent, United Kingdom. She graduated from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism in 2014.

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