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More Than 70 Science and Climate Journalists Challenge Supreme Court Nomination of Amy Coney Barrett

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“Judge Coney Barrett has displayed a profound inability to understand the ecological crisis of our times, and in so doing she enables it.”

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More Than 70 Science and Climate Journalists Challenge Supreme Court Nomination of Amy Coney Barrett

More Than 70 Science and Climate Journalists Challenge Supreme Court Nomination of Amy Coney Barrett

“Judge Coney Barrett has displayed a profound inability to understand the ecological crisis of our times, and in so doing she enables it.”

Current Fellows

Current Fellows

Every year, [email protected] selects 10 elite science journalists for a nine-month fellowship to explore science, technology, and the craft of journalism at some of the world's top universities. ...

Columbia Journalism School and the Nieman Foundation announce 2020 J. Anthony Lukas Prizes shortlist

Columbia Journalism School and the Nieman Foundation announce 2020 J. Anthony Lukas Prizes shortlist

The Columbia Journalism School and the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard announce the 2020 shortlists for the J. Anthony Lukas Prizes, which honor the best in American nonfiction ...

Climate Crisis: Ideas for Investigative Journalists

Climate Crisis: Ideas for Investigative Journalists

Français This GIJN resource page aims to encourage more investigative reporting about the climate crisis. In Part 1, we begin with articles that provide concrete suggestions for ...

RIP David Perlman, the Dean of American Science Writing

RIP David Perlman, the Dean of American Science Writing

Among other things, he covered the Apollo moon landings, the rise of recombinant DNA technology and the emergence of AIDS

Tuesday 13 October 2020

Tuesday 13 October 2020

UK Conference of Science Journalists 11:45 Opening Ceremony (15 mins) ABSW Chair Andy Extance and ABSW President Pallab Ghosh 12:00 The changing language of climate (90 mins) Session ...

SEJ's 2019 Awards for Reporting on the Environment are...

SEJ's 2019 Awards for Reporting on the Environment are...

The Society of Environmental Journalists is pleased to announce the winners of the SEJ Awards for Reporting on the Environment, which honor the best articles, radio broadcasts and videos ...

Transforming the media’s coverage of the climate crisis

Transforming the media’s coverage of the climate crisis

<p>At the end of April, CJR and The Nation announced plans for a new initiative to dramatically improve the media’s coverage of the most  urgent story of our time. Since then, interest in ...

EurekAlert! fellowship spotlights early-career science journalists from Latin America, other emerging regions

EurekAlert! fellowship spotlights early-career science journalists from Latin America, other emerging regions

Five early-career science journalists from emerging regions will attend the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting as winners of the 2020 EurekAlert! Fellowships for International Science Reporters.

2020-21 Taylor/Blakeslee Fellows pursue science journalism in every medium

2020-21 Taylor/Blakeslee Fellows pursue science journalism in every medium

Baring’s career goal is “to craft and convey narratives in video, writing, and throughout media that increase public trust and knowledge in science.”He sees himself one day creating videos ...

Why is the US news media so bad at covering climate change?

Why is the US news media so bad at covering climate change?

The US news media devotes startlingly little time to climate change – how can newsrooms cover it in ways that will finally resonate with their audiences?

Join the Earth Institute’s Climate and Sustainability Communications Network

Join the Earth Institute’s Climate and Sustainability Communications Network

The network, open to all members of the Columbia community, will explore communications solutions to the challenges of climate change and sustainability.

ICN’s Harvesting Peril Wins Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism

ICN’s Harvesting Peril Wins Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism

The judges commended ICN’s reporting on agriculture and climate change for its 'trenchant insights' at a time of 'rising risks and persistent inaction.'

THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MAGAZINE EDITORS ANNOUNCE FINALISTS FOR 2020 NATIONAL MAGAZINE AWARDS

THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MAGAZINE EDITORS ANNOUNCE FINALISTS FOR 2020 NATIONAL MAGAZINE AWARDS

The New York Times Magazine, New York, National Geographic top list with most nominations for coveted Ellie Awards; annual awards show to be held at Brooklyn Steel on March 12 Former ...

22 Women Leading the Environmental Movement

22 Women Leading the Environmental Movement

In honor of International Women's Day, we're highlighting 22 women who are leading the environmental movement with exclusive interviews, advice, & more.