Last year, Climate Tracker produced toolkits to help journalists, writers, and other communicators write about climate change and publish it in media. But, we couldn’t help ask ourselves: what makes…
Beginning of this year, we have started to produce toolkits to help you write your articles on climate change. We have gotten a lot of positive feedback from you and how much they have helped you in getting your articles published. Because of this, we want to give you more toolkits to help you improve your writing. What we came up with are two handbooks, complete with exercises, that you can download and answer!
In researching and writing about climate change, expect to encounter a lot of data. Data is good to use to prove facts in your article. However, the challenge is choosing which data to use and how to present them. Here are 7 ways on how to use data effectively.
Sometimes, your piece might contain an interview or refer to spoken material. Using these sources does wonders for the quality and depth of your piece. Therefore, it is important to understand how best you can use quotations in your writing.