Journalists Gain New Perspective on Climate Change and Energy

As the U.S. power sector does its part to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees by 2100, a goal set in the 2015 Paris Climate Accord, more than 40 journalists have new tools to help them cover these emerging stories. The journalists, from all over the country, participated in Metcalf Institute’s daylong seminar, Power Sector… [ Continue Reading ]


Spotlight on Metcalf Alumni: Doyin Adeoye

Doyin Adeoye sought out Metcalf Institute’s 18th Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists with one goal in mind. “I wanted to learn more about the science behind the environmental issues in Africa,” said Adeoye, environmental reporter for the Nigerian Tribune, who began writing about the environment just four months before she was selected to attend… [ Continue Reading ]


2017 Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists

2017 Annual Workshop | Application Information | Eligibility View Past Workshop Programs | Alumni Coastal Impacts: Global Change in Coastal Ecosystems June 4–9, 2017 University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography Narragansett, Rhode Island U.S.A Would you like to take your reporting to the next level of excellence? Do you have the science background, tools,… [ Continue Reading ]