This series of six training sessions takes place in the lead up to the annual United Nations climate change conference, COP26, which will be held in Glasgow in the first two weeks of November.
The call for applicants is now open for Asia Pacific and South Asia, and we invite you to nominate a journalist for the course. Just 50 journalists will be selected.
These online sessions will take place over eight weeks in September and October 2021. Each training session is 90 minutes long and will be delivered live on a Thursday of each week. During the course of the programme, journalists will be asked to develop a personal climate reporting project. They will receive expert guidance from the trainers for this optional but recommended project.
The six modules will cover:
Climate Science 101 – A primer on the actual Climate Science that will be a foundation for the programme
Decoding the Science – How to read, understand and interpret the Science, journals and abstracts
3 Challenges of Climate Reporting – From misinformation and conspiracy theories to navigating spin and competing interests
Climate Reporting & Audiences – How to define and serve the audiences for our climate
Personal Projects – Participants will present their story pitches to the group for coaching and discussion, and leave with a delivery plan and timeline
Storytelling Techniques – Packaging climate reporting, formats, engagement, data visualisations and case studies
Submit your nomination now!
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