Backchat: Cowl the local weather now
Throughout this month's roundtable, our panel discusses the Protecting Local weather Now challenge, the selection of language in local weather change tales and what makes the local weather look good.
On this episode:
00:44 A world media collaboration
This week, Nature is taking part within the Protecting Local weather Now challenge. What’s it and why is nature hooked up? Editorial: Take motion now and keep away from a local weather disaster
05:49 "Local weather change" vs "local weather emergency"
In early 2019, The Guardian modified the wording used to cowl climate occasions. Our panel discusses the significance of phrasing and its evolution. The Guardian: Why does the Guardian change the language it makes use of concerning the surroundings?
1:40 pm Selection of local weather photographs
What makes an excellent picture for a local weather change story? What do they add to a written report?
This episode of The Backchat is a part of Protecting Local weather Now, a world collaboration of greater than 250 media shops to focus on the difficulty of local weather change.
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