Journalism & Media

Controversial Newspaper Campaign Takes on Climate ‘Fatalism’

In this excerpt from the latest issue of SEJournal, The Guardian's James Randerson explains how his newspaper came to launch its 'Keep it in the Ground' campaign, backing the global fossil fuel divestment movement — and how, rather than constraining the paper journalistically, the project provided a connection to readers that goes far beyond a click on a website.

October 19, 2015

Center for Public Integrity's Minority Fellowship in Investigative Journalism

The Center for Public Integrity seeks applicants for its Minority Fellowship in Investigative Journalism which begins on Oct 19, 2015. There are two openings: one in the Environment & Labor desk and another in Money & Politics.

October 1, 2015

DEADLINE: Cissy Patterson Environment/Science Journalism Fellowships

An additional fellowship within the Alicia Patterson Foundation annual journalism fellowships is being offered in 2015. This new fellowship is specifically for science and environmental journalism and is endowed through a gift by the Cissy Patterson Foundation. $40,000 stipend. Apply by Oct 1.

September 30, 2015

DEADLINE: Knight News Challenge on Data

How might we make data work for individuals and communities? This is an open call for ideas using data to inform & empower people to make decisions about their lives, their communities and democracy. Enter by Sep 30.

Letterman To Appear in Climate Change Series in First New TV Gig

"David Letterman has lined up his first television gig since retiring from 'Late Show' in May. The comedian will appear as a correspondent in the second season of the climate change documentary series, 'Years of Living Dangerously,' which will premiere on National Geographic in October 2016, just ahead of the presidential election."

Source: LA Times, 09/18/2015
September 22, 2015

DEADLINE: GroundTruth Project's Climate Change Fellowship

The GroundTruth Project seeks reporting fellows and editors from around the world to lead a multimedia reporting project over the next three years that will track the impact of global warming. The journey begins in France covering 2015 Paris Climate Conference in December. Apply by Sep 22.


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