New journalism formats for the climate crisis
Getting journalism to those who need to read it is vital to addressing climate change. Here’s three solutions presented at the News Impact Summit in Birmingham.
Climate Crisis: Bringing science and journalism together
How do we communicate the science of climate change effectively? How do we walk between the poles of advocacy and false debate? A panel addressed this critical journalism issue at the News Impact Summit in Birmingham.
Newsletters: how to connect communities
Newsletters are an intensely personal medium. Here’s how to do them right - and use them to make an impact.
Covering Climate Now: what we can learn from a week of focused climate crisis reporting
The Columbia Journalism Review’s Jon Allsop talks through the key learnings of a major project to improve climate reporting that involved over 300 news organisations.
Forbidden Stories: telling the climate change stories that lone journalists can’t
Forbidden Stories aims to step in when critical climate stories are in danger of dying - and the journalist along with it. connecting journalists makes them safer - and the reporting more powerful.
Using drones to document climate change
Sean Gallagher is documenting the climate crisis in places like Tuvalu, and drones are allowing him to get shots that have incredible impact on the reader. Here’s how he does it.
The Financial Times: Telling the climate crisis story in video
Video lives outside the FT paywall, and give the team the chance to reach people they normally wouldn’t. But they have to use an unusual ingredient: emotion.
Extinction Rebellion and the media
As climate protest break out across the world again — how does Extinction Rebellion see the media, and what role does it play? A discussion from the News Impact Summit in BiRmingham.