Training Climate Reporters in Durban

Journalists from around the world traveled to Durban to cover the climate talks- they also got some training on how to talk about climate.

Training Climate Reporters in Durban
Author(s):
Bruce Gellerman

Reporters from around the world gathered in Durban, South Africa to cover the United Nations Climate Conference. Their job: to bring public understanding and transparency to the closed door negotiations on complex geo-political scientific issues. This year the journalists got a little help. James Fahn is Executive Director of Internews' Earth Journalism Network. He tells host Bruce Gellerman about training climate talk reporters how to talk about climate.

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