Journalism & Media

"Behind the Push to Re-brand LNG as 'Green'"

"Earlier this month, the Republican Governors Public Policy Committee sent a letter to President Biden, blaming rising gas prices on his administration’s energy policies and calling on him to back an industry wishlist that includes repealing air pollution standards, increasing oil and gas leasing, and lifting the temporary pause on permits for new LNG export terminals."

Source: Drilled, 06/24/2024

What Makes Communities More Survivable in Extreme Heat Events?

When heat waves hit your area, as they did for much of the United States in June, local responses can (and should) go well beyond individual behaviors to address broader area actions — from cool pavements to urban trees. For environmental journalists, that means community-level heat response is an important climate story angle. TipSheet explains, then offers a dozen story ideas, along with reporting resources.

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September 1, 2024

DEADLINE: Climate Change and Labour Film Grant

The Pulitzer Center, the Financial Times and One World Media seek an experienced filmmaker who wants to explore, through a short documentary, how climate change is affecting lives and work in the global south. Receive funding, commission, global promotion, mentoring and more. Deadline is Sep 1, 2024.

July 3, 2024

DEADLINE: IJNR Workshop on Water Infrastructure

The Institute for Journalism & Natural Resources invites journalists to apply by Jul 3 for this workshop, August 11-14, 2024, exploring how we move, treat and price our most vital resource in Chicagoland, northwestern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. IJNR covers all program expenses.


Unsafe Levels Of E. Coli Found In Paris’ Seine River As Olympics Near

"Water in the Seine River had unsafe elevated levels of E. coli less than two months before swimming competitions are scheduled to take place in it during the Paris Olympics, according to test results published Friday."

Source: AP, 06/17/2024


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