Discover the diverse perspectives and insights from our speaker lineup
As we approach the 2023 News Impact Summit in Lisbon, less than a month away, we're excited to give you a preview of our unique lineup. We've carefully selected a list of experts and professionals, each covering important global issues head-on. From climate change to misinformation and conflict, this event promises deep insights. In this blog post, we'll introduce you to the speakers of these transformative discussions.
Podcast title: "Every Story is a Climate Story" on the CMCC Foresight Podcast
Fara Warner, Climate Director at the Solutions Journalism Network, explores the intersection of climate change and journalism. She reminds us that every story has the potential to be a climate story
Fara Warner will moderate the panel discussion From Anxiety to Action: How Can Solutions-Driven Journalism Engage Exhausted Audiences? at 14.30 at the News Impact Summit.
Podcast title: "The elephant in the room: Fact-checking vs. verification" on the International Fact-Checking Network YouTube channel
Sophie Nicholson, from the renowned AFP, delves into the world of fact-checking and verification, addressing the challenges and responsibilities that come with providing the precision of information in an age of misinformation.
Sophie Nicholson and Ivan Couronne will talk about Tackling Greenwashing and Climate Misinformation at the first breakout session at the News Impact Summit.
Podcast title: "The Vicious News Cycle"
Join Lisa Urlbauer from the Bonn Institute as she uncovers the complexities of the news cycle and its impact on our understanding of global events.
LIsa Urlbauer will join the panel discussion on From Anxiety to Action: How Can Solutions-Driven Journalism Engage Exhausted Audiences? at the News Impact Summit in Lisbon.
Podcast title: "Solutions to Sinking Cities" on the Solutions Journalism Network YouTube channel
Ope Adetayo, a freelance journalist, brings us innovative solutions to the challenges faced by sinking cities. Her perspective offers hope and potential paths forward.
Ope Adetayo will present the Sinking Cities Project in the Who Tells Climate Stories? lightning talk at the News impact Summit on 12 October.
Podcast title: "Climate & Conflict in Sudan" on the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team YouTube channel
Cornelia Scholz provides a unique insight into the complex relationship between climate and conflict in Sudan, highlighting the critical issue that affects millions.
During the lightning talks at the News Impact Summit, Cornelia Scholz together with Wim Zwijnenburg will talk about Visualising Climate Data. They will look at different ways to visualise climate data in order to tell stories that engage audiences.
Podcast title: "Using Data to Visualize the Impacts of Conflict on the Environment" on the New Security Beat podcast
Wim Zwijnenburg, the Project Lead at PAX, demonstrates how data can be a powerful tool in understanding the environmental impact of conflict by stimulating awareness and action.
During the lightning talks at the News Impact Summit, Wim Zwijnenburg together with Cornelia Scholz will talk about Visualising Climate Data. They will look at different ways to visualise climate data in order to tell stories that engage audiences.
Podcast title: "Continuing the Work of Dom Phillips" on the Rainforest Journalism Fund
Laurent Richard shares his experiences in continuing the important work of Dom Phillips, underscoring the importance of investigative journalism in protecting our natural world.
Laurent Richard will host the Killed Defending the Planet: Protecting Environmental Journalists and Activists session from 11.45 to 12.30 at the News Impact Summit.
[IN FRENCH]: "Podcast: le climat, grand enjeu de l'élection américaine"
Ivan Couronne discusses the significance of climate issues in American elections, providing valuable insights into the global impact of electoral decisions.
Ivan Couronne and Sophie Nicholson will talk about Tackling Greenwashing and Climate Misinformation during the first breakout session at the News Impact Summit.
[IN GERMAN]: "Satellitenjournalismus: Wie funktionieren Recherchen aus dem All?" on Bonjourno Podcast
Marcus Pfeil takes us on a journey into the world of satellite journalism, offering a unique perspective on how we can conduct research from above.
In his breakout session How to Get Started in Space Journalism, Marcus Pfeil will show participants how to meaningfully incorporate satellite imagery into their reporting.