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What's Next for Climate Reporting in 2021?
With a new administration soon taking office in Washington, what’s next for climate reporting? That’s the question we’ll examine at Covering Climate Now’s next Talking Shop webinar on Wednesday, December 2, from 12 noon to 1pm US Eastern Time. We’ll discuss lessons from the 2020 US elections and approaches to the climate story going forward.
Join us for an hour of candid, collegial discussion. Covering Climate Now’s Talking Shops are organized by and for journalists only—but you or your news outlet do NOT have to be CCNow partners to participate.
- Neela Banerjee, NPR climate editor
- Matthew Green, Reuters climate correspondent
- Justin Worland, TIME magazine climate correspondent
Mark Hertsgaard, CCNow’s executive director and the environment correspondent for The Nation, will moderate.
DATE/TIME, via Zoom: Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 12 pm, US Eastern time. Following the webinar, a recording will be posted at coveringclimatenow.org.
Feel free to share this invite with other journalists—but journalists only, please. You can submit your questions ahead of time in this form or during the Q&A portion of the webinar.