Our Common Future under Climate Change International Science Conference- News from July 8, 2015, Paris, France

Our Common Future under Climate Change Paris 2015

By Magdalena A K Muir, Climate Editor

This is Day 2 of the Conference, with ongoing presentations; and a special media panel on carbon divestment campaigns and the role of journalism. The Guardian has been very active in climate reporting and particularly with its divestment campaign, keep it in the ground. The campaign urges the world’ funds to move their money out of fossil fuels

The Guardian’s divestment campaign- the rights and wrongs of journalism as advocacy: Special media panel 

keep it in the ground

July 8th – 13:30-14:30 – UNESCO room II
One of the big climate change stories this year is the campaign for investor divestment from fossil fuel funds. The advocacy of the Guardian Media Group, and its partnership with 350.org has galvanised debate, major institutions are speaking out, and it is providing a platform which potentially can trigger engagement with new audiences on climate change issues. But what does it mean for objective journalism, and does it reduce the scope of discussion on other climate change topics? This is a High-Level Media Panel Discussion, moderated by Dr James Painter, Director of the Journalism Fellowship Programme at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University
Damian Carrington – Environment Editor, The Guardian
Dagmar Dehmer – Energy Transition and Climate Change Correspondent, Der Tagesspiegel
Andrew Revkin – Environment writer and blogger, New York Times Dot Earth
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