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Becca Inglis

Freelance journalist and content writer covering culture and climate. 

I currently work across digital and print for Reader's Digest, including editing and uploading articles to the website's CMS, implementing SEO best practices, writing original articles, and proofreading pieces for the print magazine. 

As a freelance journalist, I write about sustainability, music and tech for publications like Dazed, DJ Mag, Mixmag, The Skinny and The List. I am a regular contributor to the climate media start-up The Cool Down, and have also covered topics like the guerrilla gardening trend on TikTok for Mic, the carbon footprint of the internet for Reader's Digest, and the environmental impact of food waste for The Skinny.

I have a particular love for covering underground dance communities and thought provoking pop, with previous artist profiles including Goldfrapp, Young Fathers and Nia Archives.

News Gathering Feature Stories Content Writing Corporate Content Research Interview (Print / Radio / Podcast) Journalism Fact Checking
Science & Environment Arts & Books Music Social Cultural Climate Change Fact Checking

Travel expert shares 'incredible' experience aboard high-speed train: 'You can really feel the speed of the train'

Gardener shares genius no-dig method for creating new garden beds: 'I spent less than half an hour on it all year'

Thrifter flabbergasted after reading engraving on earrings: 'Definitely worth more than [that]'

Home gardener shares 'genius' trick for saving money during your harvesting season

Manufacturer promises to unseat Tesla with revolutionary electric vehicle design: ‘They need to be more aerodynamic’

UN plastic treaty: What are plastic credits and should we be aiming for neutrality?

Homeowner reveals simple hack to make our clothing last longer

When green space became essential during the pandemic, these intrepid gardeners realized there wasn’t enough of it

Upon the release of her debut solo album, Alison Goldfrapp speaks to Becca Inglis about leaning into dance music, the fetishisation of youth and making the most of life

It’s easy to think of high rents and poor quality homes as an issue confined to Britain’s cities – but a new book sheds light on how the situation is just as bleak in rural areas

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