Climate Journalism – Hannah Fairfield, NY Times Climate EditorWhy do news organizations choose certain climate stories? Are they promoting a position? What strategies do they use to make sure the facts are accurate? To combat bias?

This episode will answer these questions and more, with a behind the scenes look at where those stories come from and how they come to be with a master: Listen to this fascinating, insightful conversation between Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson and Hannah Fairfield, the Climate Editor of the venerable New York Times.

This is the story behind the stories.

You’ll hear:

  • Where their stories come from – literally.
  • How they decide which stories to tell.
  • How they decide how to tell them.
  • What it takes to tell these stories, literally, in person power, resources and finding people as story subjects.
  • How she came to the job – her unusual path.
  • …and more!

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