Jack Lo is a Peruvian journalist focused on indigenous communities' rights, socio-environmental conflicts, and natural territories and wildlife. He was awarded the National Competition Ancash: Adventure and Culture (2009), the Rey de España Journalism Award (2012), the Peruvian National Journalism Award (2014) and PODER Think Tank of the Year Award (2019). His texts were also nominated for Gabriel García Márquez Foundation Award and the Institute of Press and Society of Peru Award. He has been published by international platforms, including MongabayLatam, EFE and Chinese Dialogue, among others. As an entrepreneurial, he co-founded the successful initiative Conservamos por Naturaleza, seeking the promotion of volunteer conservation in Peru.
He was selected by the "Resilience Journalism Fellowship" at The Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY (NY, 2019), the Professional Fellowship "A Digital Path to Entrepreneurship and Innovation for Latin America" granted by the International Center for Journalists (DC/WA, 2018), and the "Earth Journalism Network Fellowship" at the Latin America and Caribbean Congress for Conservation Biology (Trinidad & Tobago, 2018).
Maca: the dubious aphrodisiac Chinese biopirates took from Peru
The resistance of Peruvian coffee
The river that will not flow
The man who overcomes fear to defend the forest