Monday, May 23, 2016, from 3PM to 8PM | The New School in New York City
The change is visible. 2015 was the hottest summer ever recorded in New York City. Heat waves and extreme precipitation are expected to continue and worsen in the coming decades, posing potential health risks for people, and new stresses to the city’s economy and infrastructure. Hurricane Sandy, in 2012, was a cruel reminder of how vulnerable our communities are, especially immigrant neighborhoods.
How do we prepare our audiences to build strategies and political power to address adversity and adapt successfully?
Join us for a workshop that will broaden your understanding of climate change and give you new tools and resources to create engaging stories. You’ll come away with:
A deeper understanding of how climate change impacts New York City.
A better sense of the risks, challenges and opportunities facing immigrant communities.
Connections to important voices and sources for your reporting.
Story ideas and new strategies for covering climate change, resiliency and sustainability.
The workshop is free and open to journalists who work for media outlets that serve immigrant audiences in the NY metro area and New School students who are working or aspiring journalists.