J219 Climate Story Lab

Open to all J-School students and faculty interested in covering climate change, this is an interdisciplinary gathering place for collective learning and discussion about reinventing climate journalism, with some of the leading researchers and practitioners in the field. Meeting every other week, each session consists of two parts. First is a guest lecture — drawn from scientists, researchers, journalists and filmmakers  — who share new work and key learnings from topics such as climate science, the energy transition, biodiversity conservation, public policy, climate justice, and storytelling for public impact. Second, we’ll hold an open discussion where students and faculty share their own ideas and works in progress for feedback from the group. (Note the fall semester is not a reporting or production class, but can complement reporting and production projects from other classes.) 



Time:  M 12–2pm

Location:  108 North Gate (Lower News)

Class Number:  33414

Section:  005

Units:  2

Length:  15 weeks

Course Material Fee:  None

Enroll Limit:  28

Restrictions & Prerequisites

Open to anyone.