Journalism & Media

Interactivity Advances Environmental Storytelling, Part III — Exemplary Examples

View our shortlist of outstanding interactive environmental journalism projects, in this three-part EJ Insight. Plus, in Part I, a walking tour of the world of interactive storytelling, and Part II, a Q&A with Hannah Fairfield, climate editor for The New York Times, and one of the leading practitioners of new interactive storytelling techniques.

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Interactivity Advances Environmental Storytelling, Part II — Hannah Fairfield Q&A

Hannah Fairfield, climate editor for The New York Times, is one of the leading practitioners of new techniques of interactive storytelling on the environment. SEJournal interviews her for a three-part EJ Insight. Also see Part I, a walking tour of the world of interactive storytelling and Part III, a shortlist of outstanding projects.

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Interactivity Advances Environmental Storytelling, Part I

Decades worth of technical advances, used creatively by journalists, have led to a world of “wow” storytelling, including on the environmental news front. In the new EJ Insight column, SEJournal’s own Joe Davis takes you on a walking tour of the world of interactive storytelling. Plus, an interview with Hannah Fairfield of The New York Times, a leader in the burgeoning field, and our own shortlist of outstanding projects to view.

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Tracking the Big Climate Bills — An Infrastructure/Reconciliation Breakdown

During the next two weeks, expect a rush of Congressional activity as both chambers attempt to set details that will constitute what some see as possibly the most important climate legislation in years. TipSheet helps you keep track of the action, first setting the stage on two massive measures, and then providing resources to track more than half-a-dozen House committees.

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September 28, 2021

World News Day: The Climate Crisis

World News Day 2021, presented by the Canadian Journalism Foundation and the World Editors Forum, highlights the vital role journalism plays in providing the facts for us all to act on the climate crisis, the defining issue of our time. The 90-minute event is free, open to a global audience and available in all time zones.

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SEJ's Fund for Environmental Journalism Awards $57,332 to Support Stories on Environmental Justice and Religion-Environment Connections

Sep 20, 2021 — The Fund for Environmental Journalism awarded $57,332 for 12 projects selected through the Spring 2021 round of competition, all for stories about underrepresented communities. More than 90% tell the story of a local community, ranging from the rubber factories of Akron, Ohio to the sacred groves of Meghalaya, India.

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September 15, 2021

Countdown to COP26: What’s at Stake?

To help news coverage convey what’s at stake with the upcoming UN climate summit (COP26), Covering Climate Now and Climate Central are holding a series of briefings, for journalists only. The first briefing will provide background on the most relevant science, politics, justice and solutions issues. Noon-1:00 p.m. ET.

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Lawsuits Over ‘Misleading’ Food Labels Surge as Groups Cite Lax Oversight

"Shoppers drawn to sustainable, humanely raised meat and dairy products could be forgiven for thinking the nation’s big food companies have turned away from the industrial farming practices that have long dominated American agriculture." "A flurry of litigation by advocacy groups seeks to combat what they say is a rise in deceptive marketing by food giants."

 

Source: NYTimes, 09/08/2021

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