Read All About It – Climate Reporting & Sifting Through Bad

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With such an extraordinary amount of information bombarding us every day, it can be hard to choose reliable, evidence based news sources when it comes to climate change reporting. Similarly, mountains of data can be hard to distill down to a few key findings for the general public. Reporters can face harassment and intimidation for probing the most egregious climate offenders, and stories that take months of hard work to research and write can be trampled over in the blink of an eye by soundbites, scandals and clickbait. How do we, as readers, determine what constitutes good, honest climate journalism, and how do hard-working climate reporters combat the opaqueness of their subjects?

Panelists include
**Rebecca Leber – Mother Jones Environment and Climate Reporter
**Justin Worland – TIME Magazine Environment and Climate Reporter
**Julian Brave Noisecast – VP of Policy and Strategy, Data for Progress

Moderated by:
**Marianne Szegedy-Maszak, the Washington editorial operations director in the Washington, DC, bureau of Mother Jones


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