Covering Climate Change
A Workshop for Journalists
» Climate and Health Resources from Harvard C-CHANGE
» NASA’s Global Climate Change resources
» The Climate Matters Media Library is a searchable resource for climate reporting materials, many of which are localized. Journalists can also sign up there to receive weekly emails of new releases for their media market.
» “Quick Facts for Any Story,” produced by Climate Communication and SciLine, summarize the latest science on the linkages between climate change and extreme weather in clear, concise language. They include references and also list accessible experts to interview and common pitfalls to avoid.
» BASELINE: Four locations. Every five years. Until 2050. (documentary series)
(online MIT Knight Science Journalism magazine), 10/31/19.
Includes a handy virtual bookshelf of 12 key climate science reports from past year. Republished in Scientific American and Quartz. Available free to republish.
- Vox: Climate change will affect “every single stage” of a child’s life, health researchers warn
- USA Today: Climate change is damaging the health of the world’s children and threatens lifelong impact, report says
- CNBC: Climate change is damaging the lifelong health of children across the world, medical officials warn
- Guardian: Climate crisis will affect lifelong health of young, warn doctors
- Wired: How the Climate Crisis Is Killing Us, in 9 Alarming Charts
- Gizmodo: Climate Change Is Already Making Us Sick
- Fast Company: Climate change will fundamentally shape the lives of children born in 2019
- Reuters: Climate change exposes future generations to life-long health harm
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