Reporting about the climate crisis can feel incredibly lonely, but it does not have to be. Communities of climate change journalists have multiplied in the past couple of years, ranging from country-wide initiatives to large international programmes, including the Oxford Climate Journalism Network. This panel will explore the different ways these initiatives take, why their founders saw a need to create them and what added value they bring to audiences, media organizations and individual reporters. We will explore how a national climate journalism network operates in Austria, the inner workings of a global investigative reporting network on rainforests and how the largest U.S. newspaper publisher is connecting innovation to climate reporting.
Organised in association with Oxford Climate Journalism Network.