Deputy Editor in Chief Caroline Corbett, Editor in Chief Rob Cline, International Editor Shayna Greene and International Writer Michael Kohler reflect on the media’s role in the politics of climate change, the implications for press freedom post-Khashoggi and Acosta, and the boom of anecdotal “news”
Cable news networks have been hosting climate change skeptics without correction.
Now is the time to talk about climate change – but why is the media so silent?
“Pittsburgh, not Paris” – a catchy stump sentiment from Trump, but how has the media reflected the country’s divide on climate change with this American city?
The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and National Geographic round out our top picks for this week. The Washington Post – Things to do in Scottsdale, Arizona This is the first I have seen of The Post’s travel series “You’re
Climate science appears to have made it clear that global warming is linked to the increase of carbon dioxide emissions in the troposphere, yet so many prominent conservative scientists, politicians, and media outlets are still skeptical of the consensus. Patrick Moore, ecologist and former president
Editor’s Note: This article is the first in a weekly series documenting the best in multimedia journalism. While, in the future, we will recap the week prior, this article recaps the entire month of August. The multimedia world saw a lot of innovation in the month of August.