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Forbes Launches Sustainability Channel Amid Media’s Climate Crisis Wake-Up Call

3 Mins Read Forbes has launched a new channel dedicated to covering sustainability, as the mainstream media landscape begins to sound the alarm on the climate crisis. The channel, Forbes Sustainability, comes in response to “rising global interest in environmental reporting” and is part of the business media giant’s “commitment to social responsibility”.  Last month, Forbes decided to […]

Covering Climate Now Statement On The Climate Emergency

2 Mins Read Journalism should reflect what the science says: the climate emergency is here. Signed By: Covering Climate Now, Green Queen Media, Scientific American, Columbia Journalism Review, The Nation, The Guardian, Noticias Telemundo, Al Jazeera English, The Asahi Shimbun, La Repubblica and others. It’s time for journalism to recognize that the climate emergency is here. This is a […]

Climate Disinformation Is Real: So What Should Journalists Do?

6 Mins Read By: Andrew McCormick Texas had only just frozen over.  In the wake of a devastating winter storm, millions in the state were without power and struggling to find warmth. They boiled snow for water; some were dying. And against all evidence the anti-climate political right was grousing about windmills and blaming a Green New Deal […]

Pulitzer Prizes Honour Climate Journalism & Environmental News

2 Mins Read Climate journalism swept the floor at the prestigious Pulitzer Prizes on Monday (May 4), with The Washington Post winning the explanatory reporting award for its series examining the dangerous effects of a 2 degrees Celsius rise in global temperatures. Other environmental stories were also featured as finalists across various categories, signalling a turning point for […]