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News Climate: Journalism and the Environment

November 19, 2022

It’s no exaggeration to say the environment is the journalistic story of the 21st century: hurricanes, floods, freak storms, wildfires, warming oceans, droughts, extinctions. We are living in a time of multiple environmental crises. What role does journalism play in reporting on climate change? To what extent is today’s journalism equipped to report these multiple crises in a way that will help the public make informed political choices?

Join CHMA News Director Erica Butler as she moderates a panel discussion on the role of journalists in covering the climate crisis.

She will be joined by:

Bill Lahey (MtA ‘83), President & Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Law, University of King’s College and Rhodes Scholar

Linda Pannozzo, Award-winning author and freelance journalist

William Wolfe-Wylie (MtA ‘07), Manager Data Services and Open Data, Chief Data Office, Employment and Social Development Canada

Event is free. Register on Eventbrite.


November 19, 2022
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Tweedie Hall, Wallace McCain Student Centre
60 York St, Sackville, NB
Sackville, NB, E4L 1A6
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