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The New Republic & The New School Present: Covering Climate Change: How to Turn up the Heat

The New Republic & The New School Present: Covering Climate Change: How to Turn up the Heat

Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall
General Public 

Join a panel of journalists and activists on the US media coverage of the most urgent question to human existence, the climate emergency. The goal will be not only to shed more light on the current coverage; but discuss how we can do more to sound the alarm, how to help our fellow journalists create more, communicate louder, and cover the crisis in more compelling terms.  In short, what is the role of journalism in covering this crisis and how much further should we go?

Guest panelists:

Meehan Cristwriter-in-residence in Biological Sciences at Columbia University
Arielle Duhaime Ross, climate reporter, host of Vox's Reset
Vanessa Hauc, Telemundo’s Planet Tierra host
Genevieve Guenther, Affiliate faculty, Tishman Environment and Design Center

Moderated by: Emily Atkin, The New Republic, contributing editor. Author of HEATED

Presented by the Tishman Environment and Design Center at The New School and The New Republic.



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