Thodoris Chondrogiannos, 28, is an investigative reporter and producer. He graduated from the Athens Law School in 2015, but soon realized that he loved narrating stories and devoted himself to journalism. In 2015 he moved to Germany, where he worked for Offener Kanal, and in 2018 he attended Summer Investigative Reporting Course at Columbia University. He has worked for Greek and international media, such as Investigate Europe, VICE, Inside Story, Popaganda, RAI, Mediaset and ZDF. He speaks Greek, English, German, Italian and Russian. He created his first feature documentary entitled “Silent Fish”, which addresses the issue of overfishing in the Mediterranean in the era of climate change. He loves writing about the environment, energy and climate change.
European ships bolster Russian fossil fuel trade despite looming EU sanctions
Burning oil in the Greek islands — and those who profited from it
Nobody’s backyard – how the “Mediterranean Galapagos” almost became a giant wind farm
Fishing quotas: How EU governments are destroying Europe’s seas
Greece has been blocking an EU law promoting gender equality – is this about to change?
Behind closed doors: Secret deals in the Council of the EU
Police abuse in Greece: Disinfaux Collective report examines rogue petrol bomb video and reveals possible police ties to shady pro-government group
The murky waters of the Laskaridis shipping empire
Emily O’Reilly, EU Ombudsman: ‘The Council should record the member states’ positions’