Cloe Logan is Canada's National Observer's Atlantic reporter covering climate, the environment and politics. Cloe has also contributed to reporting on federal policy thanks to a grant from the Local Journalism Initiative and the Government of Canada.
After graduating from the Langara Journalism program, she worked as a staff reporter for the Parksville Qualicum Beach News on Vancouver Island covering municipal politics. Prior to that, she contributed to an investigation into inauthentic Indigenous art sold in Vancouver's souvenir shops with The Discourse.
In 2023, Cloe received a silver award at the Atlantic Journalism Awards for her three part series on Canada's only underground coal mine in the digital long form category. She was also awarded a fellowship from the Metcalf Institute, which included a week at the University of Rhode Island learning about the natural, social, and engineering research guiding an equitable transition to clean energy.