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SEJ Webinar: The Time Is Now — A COP26 Primer for Journalists
The Time Is Now: A COP26 Primer for Journalists
Wednesday, October 27, 2021 | 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET
All journalists welcome!
Video recording and chat log
Climate change is making headlines around the world as the global climate community prepares to gather in Glasgow for the United Nations' 26th Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26). SEJ and the UN Foundation are bringing together UN policy experts and journalists to discuss what to watch for as the international community seeks to measure and accelerate progress towards meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement. Featuring a how-to guide on covering COP26 and discussion of the key policies and actions, this webinar is a primer for this complex — but critically important — moment for climate change, and for climate coverage.
This webinar is the fourth in a series providing journalists with background, tools and tips on covering the latest in climate change science and its connections to other global priorities. Join us on October 27th from 1-2PM ET for a discussion of what to look for when covering the COP.
Also: Check out SEJournal's TipSheet, "Getting Glasgow — Covering the Climate Conference From Afar."
- Bobby Magill, Reporter, Bloomberg Law
- Lisa Friedman, Climate and Environmental Policy Reporter, The New York Times
- Selwin Hart, Special Advisor to the Secretary-General on Climate Action, Assistant Secretary-General for the Climate Action Team
- Maxine Joselow, Staff Writer and Anchor of The Climate 202, The Washington Post
- Pete Ogden, Vice President for Energy, Climate and the Environment, UN Foundation
SEJ is grateful for the UN Foundation's support of this #SEJ2021 webinar series. Watch part one, "The Future Is Here — Climate Science and Covering the IPCC 6th Assessment Report." Watch part two, "Food and Farming in a Warming World." Watch part three, "All Life, Great and Small: Covering Biodiversity and Climate."
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