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Following the science, above the ground and below

Raymond Zhong has experienced highs and lows while reporting on the environment. Literally.
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‘It’s not climate change, it’s everything change’: Sci-fi authors take on the global crisis

Margaret Atwood and Cormac McCarthy led the way. Now a new crop of novelists is putting the heating emergency at the forefront of their plots.

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The next cameo on your favorite TV show could be climate change

As the crisis and its solutions become more a part of our daily lives, it’s both natural — and necessary — that we would see more examples on screen.
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Where to find training, fellowships, and classes on climate journalism

Here are resources for aspiring journalists and working professionals who are ready to improve climate change literacy for themselves — and their audiences.
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How art inspired by peatlands can help us confront the climate crisis

Peatlands have always had a place in art, writing and poetry. In times of global warming these cultural reflections can help open up debate about the biodiversity and climate crisis.
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Kate Grenville: I used to be passive on climate change. A Helen Garner fan pushed me to act

Writers aren’t science experts, Grenville writes. But they might be able to influence their readers to cast their ballots for the climate.

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Getting personal about climate change made me a better reporter

In the same way that journalists ought to be comfortable denouncing systemic racism and pushing politicians to tackle homelessness, we need to get comfortable decrying the horrors of the climate crisis and demanding solutions.