Robert Collier

Visiting Scholar, Center for Environmental Public Policy, University of California at Berkeley
Robert Collier, a visiting scholar at the Center for Environmental Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, is writing a book about China and global warming. He has been with the San Francisco Chronicle from 1991 to the present as a senior foreign affairs correspondent (since 2002), a member of the editorial board (2001–2002), and a foreign affairs reporter (1994–2001).

Most recently he has focused on international energy policy, the environment, and trade. His prior work as a freelance journalist took him to Central America to cover security issues and the drug trade.

Collier received the Thomas Stokes Award from the National Press Foundation for best reporting on energy issues in 2006. He also received the Sigma Delta Chi award from the Society of Professional Journalists for best foreign reporting in 2003 for his coverage from Baghdad before, during, and immediately after the U.S. invasion.

Collier received his B.A. in English from Amherst College in 1983.

Focus: Energy, Environment, Security, Trade, China, Honduras, Iraq, Nicaragua, United States, Americas, Asia, Middle East


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Last Updated: May 14, 2012

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