Dag Jonzon is an independent broadcast journalist and filmmaker, specialising in global environmental issues, culture and social affairs.
In 1975 he founded the first weekly national environmental program for Swedish Radio, the national public service broadcast company. Since then Dag has continued to cover sustainable development issues, working internationally on environmental and natural history series for Swedish TV and TV4. One of his latest films, ”The Warden of Sarek”, produced for Swedish public broadcaster Swedish TV, reached close to one million viewers in 2016/2017. He have also done a number of other films with a broad outrech through Swedish TV, for example ”Amazonas Calling” and ”The Cheeta Man”.
During 2004-2013 Dag oversaw sustainable development and communication and media within Sida Partnership Forum, a unit within the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), and was responsible for several international conferences on Green Solutions, Climate Change and Sustainable Development.
During this time Dag also worked with the brittish photographer Mark Edwards on the Hard Rain exhibition (an exhibition that was based on Bob Dylans poem in the song Hard Rain´s Gonna Fall) and helping to develop the new exhibition WHOLE EARTH?
Hard Rain Project and WHOLE EARTH? was awared the UNESCO Japan price on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) 2017.
Dag is now working as a Director for Hard Rain Project, now a key partner to UNESCO Global Action Program on ESD.