The Great Green Investment Investigation
‘The Great Green Investment Investigation’ was selected for the 2023 Shortlist.
Find more information about the team members and journalists who directly contributed to the investigation below.
Ties Joosten is an investigative journalist with a focus on topics related to climate change.
Ties Gijzel is an investigative journalist for Follow the Money, with a passion for cross-broder investigations. He is also one of the founders of Are We Europe.
Yara van Heugten
Yara van Heugten is an investigative journalist for Follow the Money, with a focus on greenwashing.
Remy Koens is a data journalist working for Follow the Money, specialized in corporate and government finances.
Tom Bolsius works for Follow the Money as the project coordinator for cross-border investigations such as the Great Green Investment Investigation, and has a passion for international cooperation in journalism.
Leon de Korte
Leon de Korte is a visual artist who specializes in making complex subject matter accesible to a broad audience using infographics, maps and data visualizations.
Linda van der Pol
Linda van der Pol is an investigative journalist for Platform Investico, with a focus on financial crime.
Emiel Woutersen is an investigative journalist for Platform Investico, with an affinitiy for data projects.
Daniele Grasso is a data journalist at El País and a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
Carlotta Indiano is an investigative journalist for IrpiMedia with a focus on energy and climate change.
Fabio Papetti is an investigative journalist for IrpiMedia.
Mathias Hagemann-Nielsen is the deputy head of the financial desk of the Danish newspaper Børsen.
Frederik Vincent is a journalist for the sustainability desk of the Danish newspaper Børsen.
René Bender is an editor in the investigative team of the Handelsblatt and writes mostly about white-collar crime.
Sönke Iwersen is the founding editor of the investigative team at Handelsblatt.
Martin Murphy is the co-head of the investigative team at Handelsblatt and specializes in the automotive and defense industry.
Lars-Marten Nagel is an editor in the investigative team of the Handelsblatt and writes mostly about financial fraud.
Ingo Narat is an editor in the financial news department of Handelsblatt and specializes in analyzing funds, green and otherwise.
Michael Verfürden is an editor in the investigative team of the Handelsblatt. He has written extensively on Wirecard and hacking crimes.
Volker Votsmeier is an editor in the investigative team of Handelsblatt and deals with all forms of white-collar crime.
Joseph Gepp is the head of the financial desk of the Austrian newspaper Der Standard.
Investigative journalist for De Tijd and a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
Peter van Maldegem
Peter van Maldegem works as a journalist and funds expert at the Belgian newspaper de Tijd.
Yannick Lambert is a reporter for the Luxembourg Times, with an interest in politics, busienss and human rights.
Thomas Klein is the deputy head of the economics section of the Luxemburger Wort with a focus on technology, energy, and the financial market.
Adrien Sénécat is an investigative reporter for Le Monde, with an affinity for cross-border projects.