Category Archives: Media

IJNR’s Energy Country Institute: Supporting ‘Values of Good Journalism’

Shiprock, sans the brown haze that often envelopes it. Shiprock rises like a massive cathedral 1,800 feet above Navaho country in New Mexico. The best photographs capture the rock formation in reddish hues, set against a pristine blue sky. But [...]

READ MORE

When a Tree Falls

Why the Decline and Rebirth of Environmental Journalism Matters

In Camille Feanny’s neighborhood workers busily repair homes and patch or reinstall roofs and windows after drenching storms last fall nailed the Southeast. As she stares out her window, she’s dismayed: No rush to install new insulation, or solar panels, [...]

READ MORE

But How, How Much, Where Still TBD

Andy Revkin, Cory Dean Seen Contributing In Some Ways to Ongoing Times Coverage

Less than a year after launching its newly reorganized reporting team designed to enhance the paper’s focus on environment and climate change, The New York Times finds itself without the two long-time science desk reporters – Andrew C. Revkin and [...]

READ MORE

Duke’s Jay Hamilton: From Buying a Hybrid To Covering Climate … A New Way Forward?

DURHAM, N.C. – When Jay Hamilton was in the market for a new hybrid car last summer, Google knew it. As he scoured the Internet for the best deal, Google’s algorithms connected him to advertisements for hybrids. Now Hamilton, a [...]

READ MORE

Revkin’s Departure from Times Leaves Big Climate Reporting Void

The nation’s climate change science desk gets a lot smaller come December 21 with the resignation from The New York Times of science writer Andy Revkin. With its paring of some 100 newsroom and editorial employees, it’s not at all [...]

READ MORE

Andy Revkin’s Last Day at NY Times: December 21

Science writer Andrew C. Revkin, the individual journalist most identified with reporting on climate change, is leaving The New York Times. His last day will be December 21, and he will affiliate with Pace University. He is expected to continue [...]

READ MORE

Environment, Climate Go Prime Time On Entertainment Programming

On a November 2007 episode of the NBC comedy “30 Rock,” former Vice President Al Gore makes a guest appearance and network executive Jack Donagy tries to demonstrate his company’s commitment to the environment. “We’re with you on this whole [...]

READ MORE

Page 16 of 26« First...1415161718...Last »