Communicating Climate Change in the Media
The way in which the media communicates climate change to the public has come under scrutiny in the past, with controversies over the media providing an equal platform for both climate scientists and climate sceptics. A free event next week at the Science Museum’s Dana Centre will explore this and other issues in asking, ‘How do the UK media report climate change?’.
Tuesday 24 November, 19.00 – 20.45
Robin Pagnamenta, Energy Editor, The Times
Tim Gallagher, Executive Producer, Sky News
Ben Jackson, Environment Editor, The Sun
James Randerson, Environment Website Editor, The Guardian
For details of how to register for this event (you must pre-book) see the Dana Centre website.
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