April 22, 2020

Earth

The environmental threats to the planet have drastically changed since the first Earth Day in 1970 and so has the reporting about ecological problems and solutions. In 2019, The Associated Press embarked on a series called, “What Can Be Saved” highlighting the challenges and hopes of conservation all around the world. NYU Washington, D.C. and The Associated Press hosted a webinar on environmental reporting now and in the future. Featured journalists includes Seth Borenstein, NYU DC Lecturer; Science Writer, The Associated Press, Federica Narancio, Video Journalist, The Associated Press, Christina Larson, Science & Technology Journalist, The Associated Press, and Ken Ward Jr., Investigative Journalist, ProPublica.
 
This event was free and open to everyone. Registration was required in order to receive log-in information for the webinar. This webinar may have been recorded.

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Seth Borenstein

Seth Borenstein

Christina Larson

Christina Larson

Federica Narancio

Federica Narancio

Ken Ward Jr.

Ken Ward Jr.