Climate and Environment Investigations at #CIJSummer 2023
Where to find good climate and environment stories? How to report them for the biggest impact?
This year we are bringing journalists specialising in climate and environment investigations from all over the world.
From industries destroying the environment to the broken promises, from greenwash to water-focused stories, our speakers will talk you through the methods they use, the lessons they learned and the skills they use the most.
Don’t miss these talks:
Broken Promises: Greenwashing Uncovered – 28 June
With Sechaba Mokhethi (Lesotho), Elfredah Kevin-Alerechi (Nigeria) and Ed Davey (UK for AP). Chaired by Akintunde Babatunde, CIJ OCRI Coordinator.
Flash Floods: How to report when climate disaster strikes – 28 June
With Dr Tobi Oluwatola (Nigeria). Chaired by Lina Yassin, CIJ OCRI Coordinator.
No Business as Usual: Multinationals and the climate crisis – 28 June
With Luuk Sengers (The Netherlands)
Oil Trade Tracking. Hands-on – 28 June
With Louis Goddard and Sam Leon (UK)
Making it Count: Using data to tell stories from the climate crisis – 29 June
With Michèle Ebongue (Cameroon), Arun Karki and Basant Pratap Singh (Nepal), Gianluca Liva (Italy). Chaired by IJ OCRI Project Manager Adeolu Adekola.
Getting Green Scoops Using Environmental Law – 29 June
With Lucas Amin (UK)