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Andrew Revkin 12h
Big heads-up to climate media who haven't already seen.
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Covering Climate Now 22h
Why the climate crisis is the most crucial story we cover in America
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Brooke Hauser 18h
Question for media outlets that participated in . How are you handling climate stories going forward? We've been getting tons of mail from readers asking us to continue.
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Muhammad Ishomuddin Oct 16
last trip of your trash. (Muhammad Ishomuddin/VICE)
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Prof. Matthew Nisbet 19h
Climate emergency framing "allows left-leaning journalists and activists to swerve the deep, difficult debates we need to build coalitions for climate policy" notes responding to my critique of
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Covering Climate Now Oct 12
was “unique in the depth and scope of its coverage, and many of the participating outlets touched upon climate change issues that have been either underreported or ignored in the media altogether.” Via :
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Dave Harvey Oct 15
We need to have political policies that encourage best-practice farming and small farmers.
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Bloomberg TicToc Oct 13
To draw attention to climate change and deforestation, a Swiss artist put a real forest in the last place you might expect: the middle of a soccer stadium
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Preeti Jha Oct 11
Here’s the last of my climate crisis series , where I speak to some of Southeast Asia’s young climate activists, who are at the forefront of urging government action despite the risks of protest and backlash they face:
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Croakey News Oct 15
Formulating a medical response to a deadly disease of disordered thinking. Dr David Shearman writes for ⁦⁩ on the cognitive dissonance that fuels Australia’s continued reliance on fossil fuels.
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Ciku T 18h
week is in the past but that doesn't mean the stories are. Keep up with 's continued coverage of climate change and environmental news here:
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Andrew Revkin Oct 10
Hundreds of environment- and climate-focused journalists are just up the road at in Fort Collins and will be deep in action-oriented sessions through the morning. Maybe an unscheduled noon field trip...
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(((Rich Stein))) 20h
Re. climate change, see . Includes MSM, scientific periodicals, etc. Yet traction = thin compared to othr topics (incl. lots of misinformation, silliness, etc.) Point people--e.g., , , , et al.--seem to 2/
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KiwiWomble (⧖) 17h
Over 100 wildfires swept across Lebanon burning forests and killing at least 1 person. The flames, fueled by a heat wave, are the worst in decades. means covering the threats we face from the EVERY DAY!
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European Journalism Centre Oct 12
How can journalists help the audience understand the urgency and complexity of ? At our in Birmingham, experts from , , and many more shared their insights.
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Croakey News Oct 14
Why Typhoon Hagibis packed such a deadly, devastating punch in Japan
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CRPGlobalEducationGroup Oct 10
The Youth-Led Climate Movement Will Not Be Ignored | ⁦
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Capital News Service Oct 11
A study published this year in suggested higher temperatures caused by global climate change may increase the number of infants born with heart defects between 2025 and 2035.
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Julie Hancher Oct 9
Replying to @SeanSublette
Between reading Losing Earth, The Inhabitable Earth, participating in & attending the UN climate summit, I refuse to be polite and listen to bullshit about denying science. It’s a new day! 🌎
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Covering Climate Now Oct 14
Climate change coverage was up 126 percent in September compared to a year ago, according to a University of Colorado, Boulder report, and was surpassed only by coverage in Nov. and Dec. 2009.
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