Are Environmental Journalists Becoming an Endangered Species? Wilson Center Panel Examines Future of Science Journalism
- What does the future hold for science and environmental journalism, in print, broadcast, and online?
- Will the new administration change the strained relationship between environmental agencies and reporters?
- Will the renewed focus on climate change lead to the rebirth of environmental journalism — but outside of the traditional media?
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What: The Future of Science and Environmental Journalism
Where: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 6th Floor Auditorium
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.,
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