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“A huge issue with potentially profound impacts on society and the planet.” It’s part of the course description for this semester’s Journalism 808 three-credit class at the Michigan State University School of Journalism.
A new online reporter’s “toolkit” from the University of Maryland offers journalists a handy tool for studying and keeping abreast of climate change developments in the U.S. and beyond.
Scholarly research done by three veteran science journalism professors sheds useful light on the who-what-where-how of environmental reporters in the 21st Century. The academics based their conclusions on interviews done earlier this decade with 652 newspaper and TV reporters saying [...]
Writers and photographers hoping to claim some real estate in an upcoming online and hard-cover book celebrating Henry David Thoreau and focusing on climate change have until just November 15 to submit their entry.
One-time Washington Post (and before that Washington Star) science writer Cristine Russell offers a new-media look at face-to-face journalism training with a useful piece on Ohio State University’s October 12-14 McCormick Specialized Reporting Institute workshop on covering climate change.
Science reporter Andrew C. Revkin, long considered a mainstay for his extensive coverage of climate change for The New York Times, is a winner of the 2008 John Chancellor Award for Excellence in Journalism, a $25,000 prize overseen by Columbia [...]
The sudden death of environmentalist Philip E. Clapp at age 54 deprives the climate change activist community one of its most influential and most quotable leaders just at a time when federal legislative efforts could get under way in Washington [...]