We consume news stories, but it’s not often we have the opportunity to learn how those stories were found, reported, told. The reporting of every piece of news is a process of discovery and decision-making. Often, it’s also about trust-building with others, while putting one’s self aside out of obligation to objectivity and accuracy.
In this webinar, which took place during the Global Landscapes Forum Bonn Digital Conference, environmental journalists from different continents and mediums – narrative, investigative, GeoJournalism – pulled back the curtains on how they choose their stories, produce their work, make their decisions and tell the truth.
- Sahana Ghosh: Science journalist & contributing editor at Mongabay India (@sghstory)
- Fredrick Mugira: Water and climate change journalist, head of Water Journalists Africa and co-founder of InfoNile, a geojournalism platform mapping data on water issues in the Nile River basin (@Mugira)
- Bram Ebus: Investigative journalist based in Colombia (@BramEbus)
- Moderated by EJN Managing Editor Sara Schonhardt (@saraschonhardt)