Environmental journalism: pursuing quality coverage of a global crisis

Source International Press Institute



Media www.rajawalisiber.com -A recent study published by IPI under the title “The change we need: Strategies to support climate and environmental journalism” critically analyses different approaches adopted by media to produce and deliver fact-based, public-interest climate news.

The study also finds a clear need for more resources, strategies, training, and investment to ensure climate and environmental journalism reaches audiences and contributes to finding solutions to the crisis.

In this episode, experts on climate and environmental journalism discuss how to ensure the success of environmental coverage, which types of content and formats address the needs of audiences, which type of impact are we looking at generating and, most importantly, how to mobilize the necessary resources.


  • Alexandra Borchardt, media expert and lead author of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU)’s 2023 News Report: “Climate Journalism That Works – Between Knowledge and Impact”.
  • Marta Frigerio, Editor in Chief, RADAR Magazine, Italy.
  • Sarah Nordgren, Senior Climate Consultant of the Associated Press.

Host and ProducerBarbara Trionfi, media freedom expert and author of the IPI-NICHE report “The change we need: Strategies to support climate and environmental journalism”.

Editor: Javier Luque, Head of Digital Communications at IPI.


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