December 7, 2023

ICFJ Webinar: Generative AI in Journalism — Insights and Lessons Learned

This International Center for Journalists webinar will delve into the practical applications of generative AI in journalism, drawing insights from the experiences of NewsWyze and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL). 11:00 a.m. ET.

Topics on the Beat: 

What Francis' Latest Climate Text Means for Upcoming UN Summit

Pope Francis’ planned history-making trip to the latest global climate conference has been thwarted by illness. But his passionate advocacy for the environment still will be felt through his hot-off-the-press apostolic exhortation about the climate crisis. National Catholic Reporter’s environment correspondent Brian Roewe unpacks the pope’s new eco-document and explains how it relates to international climate diplomacy at and beyond Dubai.

SEJ Publication Types: 

PG&E Bills Will Go Up By $32 Per Month To Pay For Wildfire Protections

"About 16 million people in California will see their electric and gas bills go up by an average of more than $32 per month over next year in part so that one of the nation’s largest utility companies can bury more of its power line s to reduce the chances of starting wildfires."

Source: AP, 11/17/2023
December 5, 2023

Google News Lab — Visualizations

Learn how to use Google’s tools to visualize your stories, from making simple GIFs to building a range of engaging graphics in Flourish. We’ll also look at Google’s mapping tools and the Google Earth suite of products, including how to create storytelling projects, fly-over animations and timelapses. Noon ET.

Topics on the Beat: 

"Biden Announces Huge Hydrogen Investment. How Much Will It Help The Climate?"

"The Energy Department awarded up to $7 billion in grants for clean hydrogen “hubs,” but environmentalists warn some of the money could prop up fossil fuels and fail to cut emissions."

Source: Inside Climate News, 10/16/2023


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