Jessica Brown is a freelance journalist and copywriter based in London. She writes about sustainability, social and cultural issues, health, food and science, and has bylines at the BBC, Guardian, The Sunday Times, Independent, Big Issue, Vice and more. Her copywriting work focuses mainly on the sustainability sector, helping organisations tell stories of the work they're doing around the world. She has extensive experience writing for online audiences, distilling large amounts of data and research into comprehensive and engaging stories, interviewing and feature writing.
From identity to national politics, gastronomical conversations can reflect who we are, and who we are not
Research comparing perceptions of death with accounts of those imminently facing it suggest that maybe we shouldn’t worry so much about our own end
A study last year found that not having children was one of the most effective ways of reducing carbon emissions, but others say meaningful change has to start at policy level
Campaigners are calling for greater transparency after finding many firms supply energy generated from animal by-products
Although he’d had preferred to die at home in Australia, assisted suicide is only permitted for the terminally ill there. Instead David Goodall made the journey to Switzerland to end his life, on his own terms
Our perception of what is 'normal' can transform over time – and this can be a force of good and ill.