Rolling coverage of climate news in 2019:
The UN Climate Action Summit will take place in New York City on September 23, 2019 to increase ambition and accelerate action on the global climate emergency and support the rapid implementation of the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
How do tribal nations’ treaties figure into climate change?
The week when everything changed
Climate change damage to Queensland’s world heritage rainforest ‘as bad as Great Barrier Reef’
On March 15, the Climate Kids Are Coming
Where young people all over the world marched for action on climate change
Young People Feel Betrayed by Adults Over the Climate Crisis. Today, They’re Going on Strike
Climate change: a climate scientist answers questions from teenagers
Why tourism should support the Children’s Climate Strike this Friday – WTM
— The Cathy Wilcox (@cathywilcox1) October 10, 2019
— School Strike 4 Climate (@StrikeClimate) March 15, 2019
— Terry Hughes (@ProfTerryHughes) March 14, 2019
— Scott Ludlam (@Scottludlam) March 14, 2019
— 🖤🎃Van Bad Omen🦇🧡 (@vanbadham) March 15, 2019
— The Cathy Wilcox (@cathywilcox1) March 15, 2019
— The Conversation (@ConversationEDU) March 15, 2019
The School Strike for Climate is legitimately the best demonstration I’ve ever been to pic.twitter.com/vp0SzmuHe4
— Ryan Mearns (@ryanmearns) March 14, 2019
"Open Letter Endorsing Global School Strike for Climate: More than 240 scientists have already signed…supporting students around the world in their demand for bold action to make sure the world they grow up in is livable"
via @MLemonick & @SciAm:https://t.co/nqroJlWs3u
— Michael E. Mann (@MichaelEMann) March 14, 2019
— Timmons Roberts (@TimmonsRoberts) March 15, 2019
HUGE! crowd out in #Barcelona as far as the eye can see. Young people are rising in 2052 places in 123 countries on every continents.
— Mike Hudema (@MikeHudema) March 15, 2019
Over 1,5 million students on school strike 15/3. We proved that it does matter what you do and that no one is too small to make a difference.
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) March 17, 2019
Some people complain that this is the hottest summer in the last 125 years, but I like to think of it as the coolest summer of the next 125 years! Glass half full!
— Carter Bays (@CarterBays) July 20, 2019
Looking forward to sharing ideas from this article about how the US media can do (much) better covering climate change at our April 30 conference at Columbia Journalism School #CoveringClimateNow https://t.co/N3GbYvcBl4
— Mark Hertsgaard (@markhertsgaard) April 22, 2019
— Columbia University (@Columbia) April 22, 2019
Alas, the piece is no longer available online (RIP, Phoenix). So here's a PDF:#AConvenientExcuse
Dear mainstream media colleagues: Time is running out to prevent climate catastrophe. Lives are at stake. And you are failing us all. https://t.co/NakJbutsg5#CoveringClimateNow
— Wen Stephenson (@wenstephenson) April 29, 2019
"Climate change is not a story. It is a backdrop for all of our other stories. It is life. We are inside the climate. Everything else happens inside the climate, including our psychological state." – @NaomiAKlein #coveringclimatechange pic.twitter.com/JP8AbDr3Rv
— Brad Johnson (@climatebrad) April 30, 2019
My thoughts on Tuesday's @CJR and @thenation town hall on improving climate change reporting with @kylepope, @MarkHertsgaard, @NaomiAKlein, @billmckibben and others. // Expertise of Climate Change Communication Researchers Needed in #CoveringClimateNow https://t.co/DxKPlg50fV pic.twitter.com/mtE8MEWII8
— Jill Hopke (@jillhopke) May 1, 2019
"Climate change touches virtually every beat in the newsroom, meaning that nearly every journalist has something to contribute to its coverage. … Climate change touches nearly every aspect of American life and every facet of the American press." #CoveringClimateNow @CJR @sejorg
— Ian James (@ByIanJames) May 1, 2019
Expertise of Climate Change Communication Researchers Needed in #CoveringClimateNow
A convenient excuse – @wenstephenson
The media is failing on climate change – here’s how they can do better ahead of 2020 – Guardian
"Instead of sleepwalking us toward disaster, the US news media need to remember their Paul Revere responsibilities—to awaken, inform, and rouse the people to action." #ClimateChange and media analysis@thenation @ronmader
— Thomas M. Buckley (@TomBuckley519) April 22, 2019
— Mark Hertsgaard (@markhertsgaard) April 22, 2019
- Will the conference have live and archived video?
- Will conference participants use any shared, public wikis, google docs, or other collaborative notetaking tools?
- Are there any recommendations for remote participants who are keen on improving coverage of climate change?
Why is climate change so politicised? – BBC
People on the left are more likely to accept climate change than those on the right in the USA, Australia and much of Western Europe. But it’s a question that starts with little more than a thermometer, a measurement of the temperature at the earth’s surface. Why does a science question divide people along party lines? Was it the oil industry, fuelling doubt about the science? Or something deep in our psychology, that causes us to push the science aside in favour of belonging to a tribe, a feeling that who our friends are and what they believe, matters more?
Presenter: Michael Blastland
Producer: Phoebe Keane
Editor: Richard Vadon
Recommended Viewing: Climate Change: The Facts
After one of the hottest years on record, Sir David Attenborough looks at the science of climate change and potential solutions to this global threat. Interviews with some of the world’s leading climate scientists explore recent extreme weather conditions such as unprecedented storms and catastrophic wildfires. They also reveal what dangerous levels of climate change could mean for both human populations and the natural world in the future.
— Leo Hickman (@LeoHickman) April 18, 2019
Coverage of the March 15, 2019 Global Climate Strike led by students around the world