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July 10, 2024

Metcalf Institute's Inclusive SciComm Symposia Town Halls

July 2 at 10 am AND/OR July 10 at 2pm ET: Register for one (or both) Metcalf Institute virtual town halls to discuss their Inclusive SciComm Symposium (ISCS). This is open to anyone interested in how to apply inclusive science communication in their work and/or brainstorm for ISCS 2025.

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July 9, 2024

GIJN Webinar: How Latin America Connects to Your Story

This Global Investigative Journalism Network webinar is on investigations into intricate webs of misconduct that start in Latin America but impact communities around the world. Explore the region’s global reach of illicit money, deforestation, illegal mining, drug trafficking and environmental destruction. 11:00 ET.

August 20, 2024 to September 17, 2024

U.S. EPA National Environmental Justice Community Engagement Calls

Environmental Justice (EJ) advocates are invited to participate in monthly US EPA National Environmental Justice Community Engagement Calls, taking place on Tuesdays, 2:00-4:00 p.m. (Eastern Time). These calls are free and open to the public. Dates: Jun 25, Jul 16, Aug 20 and Sep 17.

July 19, 2024 to October 18, 2024

IJ4EU Confidential: Unveiling the Secrets of Complex Investigations

This Investigative Journalism for Europe webinar series delves into the backstories of collaborative journalistic projects in Europe and beyond. Taking place on the third Friday of every month, it continues July 19 with "Investigating Russia’s drone war in Ukraine: The making of Russia’s War, Europe’s Burden." 14:00 CEST (8:00 a.m. ET).

June 12, 2024

Yale Center for Environmental Communication: Is Climate Change to Blame?

After an extreme weather event, people often ask: is climate change to blame? Join the Yale Center for Environmental Communication for an insightful discussion on attribution science — a field focused on determining the influence of human-induced climate change on extreme weather events. Noon - 1 pm ET.

June 13, 2024

Mongabay Webinar: How to Cover Planetary Health

This installment of Mongabay’s free webinar series for journalists will explore important context, story ideas and key lines of inquiry for reporters covering environmental change in the Anthropocene, the period during which human activity has been the dominant influence on nature. 9 pm UTC / 5 pm EDT.

May 31, 2024

FIJ Webinar: Inside the Investigation — Author Rebecca Clarren

Fund for Investigative Journalism recipient Rebecca Clarren shares how she investigated the practice of taking land from Indigenous communities and giving it to white settlers, and turned it into a book. This session will take participants inside Clarren's reporting and identify resources and tips for journalists and students.

May 23, 2024

Unsung (Climate) Hero: The Business Case for Curbing Methane

This Project Drawdown webinar will explore the business case for methane reduction, which would require humans to invest billions, change policies, transform practices and change personal consumption. But doing so could return far more in both climate and financial gains. 1:00 p.m. ET.

May 17, 2024

Reporter’s Notebook: The Making of “The Gen Z Water Dealmaker,” a Podcast About the Colorado River Negotiations

Join Luke Runyon, Co-Director of The Water Desk at the University of Colorado-Boulder's Center for Environmental Journalism and President of SEJ's Board of Directors, for a conversation with LAist's Emily Guerin about narrative storytelling on the Colorado River, and how the story relates to our ability to adapt to a changing climate. 3pm ET.

April 29, 2024

SciLine Media Briefing: Climate Change & Agriculture — Pests, Pathogens and Pollinators

Climate change is affecting U.S. agricultural production through mechanisms beyond heat and drought. SciLine’s next media briefing will cover the links between climate change and growing pest populations, damaging crop pathogens and pollinator declines. 3:00 p.m. ET.

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