Here, we will gradually update the page with academic courses on journalism, media and climate change available for students, at the BA and MA Levels.
Seminars and lectures:
The Scientist influencer The missing link between research and policy decision making
Climate change, climate prediction and climate services Predicting future climate and the challenges involved in developing climate services.
Improving climate journalism, engaging the youth. the 7 of october to the 9 of october 2020.
The Arctic Lenses course at OsloMet.
JUO Master in Sámi Journalism from an Indigenous Perspective Deadline for applications for international students 1 March 2019 for other students
University of Colorado Boulder, Centre for Environmental Journalism Provide several courses on climate journalism.
“The Center for Environmental Journalism is a locus for many academic activities and programs related to the environment and communication. We coordinate an environmental journalism program at the graduate level, collaborate with students and faculty from across CMCI’s different academic units, and engage with the entire University of Colorado community.” – University og Colorado Boulder
Covering climate change
Here, we present articles and videos, which may be of use for those who want to improve their climate reporting. This tab differs from university-based academic courses on the issue by offeriing even more hands-on, practical guidance.
Climate change dictionary: What do all the terms mean?
The media is failing on climate change – here’s how they can do better ahead of 2020
CJR event on covering climate change. HOW DOES THE MEDIA COVER—or not cover—the biggest story of our time?
Harvey Smith on environmental storytelling and embedding narrative: “It has to be possible to miss some things to make finding them meaningful”
The media are complacent while the world burns
The climate crisis is a story for every beat
Climate change as a storytelling problem