Ten years ago, climate journalist Brian Kahn watched coverage of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. At the time, the momentum seemed unstoppable. There were negotiations over a global framework for tackling climate change. Climate scientists' conclusions in reports leading up to the meeting were stark and urgent. \
In countries struggling with environmental threats like deforestation, the news media—and robust, reliable local reporting—can be the only way to draw attention to what’s happening. Backing such work in the mission of the Earth Journalism Network.
A marine mammal scientist in Vancouver says he thinks his work has been misrepresented online and he's worried it's part of a trend that has him and his colleagues questioning whether they should talk to media at all in the era of "fake news."
Join top environment and energy reporters from the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) for a look ahead at the year's biggest stories in the field. SEJ will launch its annual report, "The Journalists' Guide to Energy and Environment."
A pair of “French spies" had infiltrated India by sea to commit a “treasonous conspiracy," an Indian minister claimed in late November. In reality, they were two visiting journalists, and their mission was an investigation into allegations of illegal sand mining in the southern state of Tamil Nadu.