Climate Matters in the Newsroom 2019 Trainings

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.

2019 training opportunities include:

June 11, San Diego, CA:
‘From science to solutions: Tell local climate change stories that matter to your audience’
All-day workshop at the 47th Annual AMS Broadcast Conference

September 5, San Antonio, TX :
‘Climate Matters: Fitting a Planet-Sized Story Into Your Newsroom’
One-hour Session at the Annual Excellence in Journalism Conference, EIJ19

September 13-14, Chapel Hill, NC:                                               view agenda
Climate Reporting workshop with the School of Media and Journalism at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

October 9, Fort Collins, CO:                                                          view draft agenda
All-day Climate Reporting Master Class at the SEJ Annual Conference

October 25-26, Richmond, VA:
Climate Reporting workshop at the Science Museum of Virginia

November 4-5, Atlanta, GA:
Climate Reporting workshop at Georgia Tech’s innovative ‘Living Building’