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Making climate a front-page story
Although climate change is the most important story any reporter can cover, editors and news editors are in the business of exciting readers and selling newspapers. As a journalist, how do you sell your climate story? Do you mention climate at all? How do you make climate change news interesting, quirky, surprising and – most of all – relevant to people’s lives?
There are so many climate stories that need to be told. And they are not in the least limited to heatwaves, droughts, floods, or mudslides sweeping away villages. These are stories about science, lifestyle, agriculture, politics, economics, human rights, corruption...

- Why is the last glacier disappearing from Bulgaria?
- Are farmers losing crops and is what they can grow changing?
- Where do people go on holiday? Is it too hot in summer? Where is the snow in winter?
- Where will the 1 billion people affected by climate change in the Middle East and the tropics migrate to?

For more insights on how to cover climate stories and convince editors to run them as front-page news, join us for a lively talk with Paul Brown, founding editor of the Climate News Network and long-time environmental correspondent for the Guardian.

The event is part of a project funded by the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK).

Feb 22, 2023 03:00 PM in Budapest

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