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How do we define the term “environment?” Why are some environment stories underreported or misreported? How can journalists better collaborate across regions and languages? What is the future of producing environmental reporting and engaging audiences as journalism models change?
The Pulitzer Center’s 2021 conference, Environment (Re)Defined, seeks to elevate underreported environmental issues by delving deeply into Pulitzer Center reporting projects, examining emerging trends in journalism and highlighting innovative approaches to collaboration.
Join us April 20-23 for a free four-day virtual conference featuring behind-the-scenes looks at some of the most critical environment stories covered by Pulitzer Center grantees, Q&A sessions with leading environmental reporters, and cross-discipline conversations on the most pressing environmental issues.
Create your own conference experience! No need to block off multiple hours on your calendar. Select only the sessions you want to join.