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The blurred lines between journalism and activism
with Julie Bourdin
In this episode, we talk to Julie Bourdin a French and South African multimedia journalist whose work is focused on migration and human rights. She shared her experience as an activist and a journalist and the blurred lines between the two.
CLIMATE TRACKER WEEKLY EPISODES
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EP 14: Comparing environmental crises in Pakistan and the U.S. with Quratulain Tejani
With over 100,000 newspapers across 21 languages and over 1 billion readers in India, Seema is passionate and hopeful about the future of climate journalism in India, even in what seems to be a shifting political climate.
EP 13: Comparing environmental crises in Pakistan and the U.S. with Quratulain Tejani
In this episode, we talk to Quratulain Tejani, a climate journalist from Karachi, Pakistan who is currently in New York studying a masters in Journalism. She shares her journey and what it’s like to compare environmental crises in Pakistan and the United States.
EP 12: Connecting climate and human rights stories in Bolivia with Claudia Belaunde
In this episode, we talk to Claudia Belaunde in Bolivia who got into journalism through a happy accident. She initially wanted to be a documentary filmmaker but was tapped into being a reporter to cover odd stories. But she proved her chops and is now reporting on climate, human rights, and politics.
CLIMATE TRACKER SPECIALS
Climate Tracker Specials Asia is a new podcast series taking a deep dive into the media industry in the region. It features researchers and journalists as they talk about the latest trends in newsrooms across the region. Check out our latest episodes below!
Climate Tracker Specials Asia: Fueling the Tiger Cubs
This is part of Climate Tracker’s most ambitious media research project so far, supported by the Stanley Center for Peace and Security. In these episodes, Mai Hoang talks to media researchers from Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines about how news outlets in the countries are covering coal and renewables.
Climate Tracker Specials: Fueling the Tiger Cubs EP03
This is part of Climate Tracker’s multi-country Journalism and Media Research Fellowship in Southeast Asia supported by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung. In these episodes, Chris Wright and Mai Hoang talk to a researchers and journalists from Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines about green growth in their countries in the time of COVID-19. Check out the full report here.