We read the articles about the hurricanes and climate change and environmental pollutants and all, but today we have a behind the scenes look at where those stories come from and how they come to be.
Grab a cup of coffee or your beverage of choice and listen to this fascinating, insightful conversation between Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson – obviously a reporter herself – and Hannah Fairfield, the Climate Editor of the venerable New York Times. This is the story behind the stories.
- 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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