Hannah Thomas-Peter is Climate Change correspondent for Sky News based in New York.
Since moving to New York she has covered high profile stories from Wall Street, the UN, and the terror trials of some of the world’s most wanted men.
She also works frequently from Sky’s Washington bureau as acting US correspondent, covering politics and America’s changing role in the world.
Prior to her appointment as New York correspondent, Hannah held the position of US reporter and was previously a Sky News producer.
Based in London she worked as Adam Boulton’s producer during the 2010 UK general election coverage, which included working on the first live televised debate.
In 2009, Hannah named Royal Television Society Young Journalist of the Year and listed in Broadcast Magazine’s top 50 under thirties in the UK TV industry.
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