Bruna Bronoski


Bruna Bronoski is a Brazilian freelance journalist, specializing in the intersections between land grabbing, the financialization of agriculture, and the financial market. 

As a Fellow, she analyzes the impacts of financial instruments from the Brazilian stock market in the Amazon rainforest. Her work also includes socio-environmental issues and the use and occupation of land in Brazil, which has been published in such outlets as O Joio e o Trigo, Repórter Brasil, Agência Pública, UOL, Climate Tracker, among others. Her work has been republished by newsrooms in Latin America and Europe.

She has dedicated herself to investigative journalism since 2021. Before then, she worked as a television reporter for eight years. 

Bronoski holds a master's in environment and development from Federal University of Paraná and a bachelor's in social communication/journalism from State University of Ponta Grossa. 

She speaks Portuguese, English, and Spanish.

Bruna Bronoski