Jennifer is design and environment reporter at Dezeen.
She was previously a commercial editor at The Times & Sunday Times and has written for publications including Vice and Huck.
Originally from Berlin, she has a degree in media and communications from Goldsmiths, University of London.
The latest IPCC climate report offers a "nugget of hope" but architects and designers must "make changes to the way they design" to help avert catastrophic climate change, according to Architects Climate Action Network and other UK climate pressure groups. More
From a modular housing prototype to a disaster-proof yoga studio, we've rounded up 10 bamboo architectures from Dezeen's archive that use the ancient construction material in new and unusual ways. More
A return to traditional materials and construction techniques could help eliminate carbon emissions, says Pakistani architect Yasmeen Lari, who has built more than 45,000 homes from mud, lime and bamboo. More
A 2012 animation showing New York City being buried under a mountain of giant bubbles allowed people to appreciate the scale of carbon emissions for the first time, according to its creators Real World Visuals. More
The race to tackle carbon emissions is being hampered by underinvestment in new plant-based materials, according to Hana Kajimura of Allbirds, which has launched a low-carbon trainer with Adidas. More