The European Science-Media Hub (ESMH) hosted the second edition of its annual summer school (report of the event) in Brussels to offer journalists the opportunity to reflect on how to cover climate change. How to make this essential news accessible to the public?
What are the specific challenges faced by journalists while covering climate change?
How to avoid it being treated as an isolated issue?
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