Helen Babbs is an independent journalist, writer and editor. She has worked for Associated Press Television News, BBC Radio News and BBC Radio 4; her features have been published in the Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The New Statesman, Time Out, BBC Wildlife, Gardens Illustrated and The Ecologist; and she has authored two non-fiction books, which have urban nature and London in common. The most recent – Adrift, A Secret Life of London’s Waterways – was published in March 2016.
Helen also regularly works as a freelance copywriter, editor and creative project manager. Her clients tend to be environmental NGOs and arts organisations – she has been commissioned by Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, WWF, The Wildlife Trusts, Barbican and Puppet Centre, among others. Helen is currently freelance editor of Greenpeace UK’s magazine Connect.
She is always interested in new projects – do get in touch.
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