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"A Guide To Electric Car Misinformation (Part 2)"

"Financially-motivated EV misinformation comes from both sides of the aisle (the lane?). Industries that see EVs as a threat exaggerate their harms in a bid to get you to hate EVs. And industries that profit from EVs greenwash their benefits in a bid to get you to love EVs."

Source: HEATED, 04/04/2024

Coverage: SEJ's 33rd Annual Conference

SEJ's 33rd annual conference took place April 3-7, 2024 in Philadelphia, hosted by the University of Pennsylvania. Here you'll find multimedia coverage provided by SEJ, UPenn, our multischool Student Newsroom, volunteers and conference attendees. Most sessions were audio-recorded and will be posted as available.

Couldn't make it to Philly? Watch the plenary recordings!

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April 9, 2024

SciLine Media Briefing: Climate Change & Agriculture

SciLine’s next media briefing will cover the myriad ways agricultural production is—and may soon be affected further—by climate-driven shifts in air quality, including changing carbon dioxide and ozone levels; water quality and quantity; and soil health. 2:00 p.m. ET.

April 20, 2024 to April 22, 2024

Cinema Verde International Environmental Film and Arts Festival

Cinema Verde will hold its 15th Annual Environmental Film and Arts Festival as a hybrid event, with 75 films in total, 35 of which will be screened in person at Cypress and Grove Brewing Co. in Gainesville, Florida in celebration of Earth Day.

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"New Count Of Gray Whales Along West Coast Suggests Rebound"

"A new count of the gray whale population along the West Coast shows “signs of recovery” five years after hundreds of them washed ashore and the population began declining, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric [Administration]."

Source: Seattle Times, 04/02/2024

New Data Tools Peer Into Who's Lobbying State Legislators on Climate Policy

"Separate efforts by Brown University researchers and OpenSecrets allow searches of who’s influencing state lawmakers. Less than half of states make lobbying information accessible for analysis."

Source: Inside Climate News, 04/02/2024


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