Climate Matters in the Newsroom 2018 Trainings

Starting in 2018 Climate Communication is offering training opportunities for journalists as part of the National Science Foundation funded project Climate Matters in the Newsroom – which helps journalists on every beat to tell timely, science-based, local climate change stories. For more information on Climate Matters in the Newsroom, see our Assist Journalists page.

2018 training opportunities include:

June 18-19, Columbia, SC:
Local Climate Reporting Workshop for Journalists in NC, SC, and GA, two day workshop.

July 18, Miami, FL:
Global Warming, Local Stories, half day workshop at the National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ International Training Conference and Career Fair.

August 3, Detroit, MI:
Climate Change Matters to African Americans, 90 minute session at the National Association of Black Journalists’ Annual Convention & Career Fair.

September 26, Baltimore, MD:
Telling Local Climate Change Stories that Matter: Science, Impacts, and Solutions, full day workshop at the Excellence in Journalism conference.

October 3, Flint, MI:
Telling Climate Change Stories that Matter: From Impacts to Solutions, full day workshop at the Society of Environmental Journalists’ Annual Conference.

October 5, Flint, MI:
Climate and You: Change Hits Home, 75 minute session (11 am to 12:15 pm) at the Society of Environmental Journalists’ Annual Conference.

November 7, Gainesville, FL:
Climate Change for Journalists, half day workshop at the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications’ 4th Annual Climate Communications Summit.