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Recorded Session: Who Tells Climate Stories? by Unbias the News


Recorded Session: Who Tells Climate Stories? by Unbias the News

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Kiril Stoimenov — Marketing and Communications Manager
November 15, 2023

The annual News Impact Summit, organised by the European Journalism Centre (EJC) in partnership with the Google News Initiative (GNI), was hosted in Lisbon on October 12, 2023

A total of 225 individuals gathered, united by a common mission: to engage in dynamic dialogues regarding the future of climate journalism. Under the guidance of 15 speakers, the event's captivating sessions sparked motivation among all those in attendance.

As a part of Lighting Talks, we delved into the critical question of translating scientific data into human stories. The Sinking Cities Project, a global cross-border collaborative investigation, gave the answer to this question. The project, led by Ope Adetayo and Tina Lee from Unbias the News, was a remarkable initiative that engaged local journalists from major cities around the world. They uncovered the social, political, and economic implications of climate change. 

Enjoy the video recording of this insightful session on the link below:


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