Internews - Free Online Course Helps Journalists Explain Climate Change
(December 3, 2009) With the goal of expanding and improving media coverage
of climate change, Internews and The Poynter Institute's News University
have launched a free online journalism course to give reporters and
citizen journalists a firm grounding in the science and policy underlying
The course, Covering Climate Change, includes approximately four hours of
self-guided material, and was developed to be available before the COP15
climate change negotiations in Copenhagen, Denmark, when the world's
attention will be focused on the topic, and journalists around the world
will be tasked with explaining the intricacies of climate science and
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