The European Journalism Centre (EJC), in partnership with Google News Initiative (GNI), organised the annual summit in Lisbon, Portugal.
On 12 October 2023, journalists media and journalism students gathered to discuss the future of climate journalism and how it intersects with developing technologies. The Summit was designed to help elevate the field of climate journalism and serve as a hub for knowledge-sharing and networking.
During the summit, participants had the opportunity to engage in a rich agenda of activities, including panel discussions and workshops. The overall objective was to enable knowledge exchange and empower attendees with insight from leading experts in the realm of climate journalism.
The event focused on the critical issue of climate change, which is shaping our world in unprecedented ways. Discussions enclosed a wide spectrum of topics, delving into the complexities of climate science, the impact of climate change on communities and ecosystems, the role of media in raising awareness, and strategies for effective climate reporting.
For those looking to revisit the event or experience its atmosphere, an extensive collection of event photos can be accessed through the provided link on the button below:
To actively participate in the ongoing discussion about climate journalism, we encourage you to share your summit highlights on social media followed by the hashtag #NISLIS. By tagging, you can ensure your contributions are part of the larger conversation on climate journalism's crucial role in creating our collective future.