The Columbia Journalism Review recently held a roundtable on climate journalism:

There were three journalists: Andrew Revkin, the New York Times’s lead climate reporter/blogger; Bill Blakemore, who has spearheaded climate coverage at ABC News for the last four years; and John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American who recently helped craft two issues on climate change that have sold better any other issue in the magazine’s long history. And there were two scientists: Gavin Schmidt and Ron Miller — climate modelers from NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies that have contributed research to the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

You can read about it and watch highlights here.

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