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Covering Climate and the Environment
Few science stories will command as much reader and viewer attention as global warming and the environment. Learn how to help readers understand the ways in which humanity plays a role not only in the problem, but also in the solution, and how your journalism can make a difference.

May 20, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Fen Montaigne
Senior Editor @Yale 360
Fen Montaigne began his journalism career at the Houma Courier, a small daily in Louisiana’s Cajun country. He went on to spend 20 years as a newspaper reporter, 15 of them at The Philadelphia Inquirer. He was the Moscow correspondent during the collapse of the Soviet Union and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in feature writing. He spent a dozen years working as a freelance writer, with articles appearing in National Geographic, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, and other publications. He is the author of several books, including the travel/adventure tale Reeling in Russia, and an account of climate change in Antarctica, Fraser’s Penguins, for which he received a Guggenheim fellowship. He helped launch the magazine Yale Environment 360 in 2008 and is its senior editor.
Lyndsey Gilpin
Founder, Editor in Chief @Southerly
Lyndsey Gilpin is the founder and editor-in-chief of Southerly. Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky and now based in Durham, N.C., she is a reporter and editor who has covered climate change, energy, environmental justice all over the U.S. She is currently a JSK Community Impact Fellow through Stanford University. Her work has appeared in Harper’s, High Country News, The Washington Post, Hakai, The Atlantic, Grist, Outside, and more.
Neela Banerjee
Supervising Climate Editor @NPR
Neela Banerjee is NPR’s first-ever Supervising Climate Editor, tasked with working across the newsroom to lead the network’s broad climate coverage. Before starting at NPR in April 2020, Neela spent five years as senior correspondent at InsideClimate News, where she led the team that revealed how Exxon had conducted its own ambitious climate research as far back as the mid-1970s. The Exxon project spurred public interest lawsuits, won more than a dozen national journalism awards and was a finalist for 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service Reporting. Before ICN, Neela was the energy and environment reporter in the Los Angeles Times' Washington DC bureau. Prior to that, she was a reporter for The New York Times and had beats as diverse as global energy, the Iraq war and faith in America. She began her journalism career at The Wall Street Journal, where she served mostly as a Russia correspondent. Neela grew up all over the U.S., but mostly in southeast Louisiana.