The Poynter Institute’s News University is an online journalism training program with more than 150 free and low-cost course on various subjects including climate change reporting. The goal of this course is to give non-expert reporters and citizen journalists a firm grounding in the science and policy underlying climate change.
This section of the SciDev.Net website provides news, features and opinion articles related to science communication and science journalism. Of more value to working journalists are the Practical Guides on topics such as: reporting on science policy, on climate change, and on biodiversity, risk and controversy.
The Earth Journalism Toolkit helps journalists to report on environmental health and climate change. The toolkit includes tips for journalists covering each issue, case studies of specific problems and examples of good reporting.
James Fahn explains how to make climate change stories both accurate and engaging.James Fahn, is the global director for environmental programs at Internews, which operates the Earth Journalism Network.
This roster contains the contact details of climate change experts who are willing to talk to journalists. It includes scientists, NGO staff, community leaders, policy advisors and others from around the world.
Provides quick and readily accessible climate and climate-related data to policy makers and development practitioners. The site also includes a mapping visualization tool that displays key climate variables and climate-related data.