Febriana Firdaus is an award winning investigative journalist based in eastern part of Indonesia. She published her works at least in 25 publications in UK, USA, Australia, Middle East, and Southeast Asia. Her investigations appeared in TIME, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, Mongabay, Rappler, and TEMPO. 

Her works on LGBT and 1965 massacres issues have been granted the Indonesia's Oktovianus Pogau Courage of Journalism Award in 2017 and The Society of Publishers in Asia Awards (SOPA) for excellent reporting on the environment for her 'vigorous and detailed look at a major environmental problem' in 2019.

Currently, she is the managing editor at The Environmental Reporting Collective (ERC), a network of journalists and newsrooms from over a dozen countries dedicated to investigating environmental crimes collaboratively.

Contact her at febriana.firdaus@gmail.com