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Surveys Highlight Need for Science Training for Journalists

Two recent surveys conducted by the Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University reveal interesting findings about the need for science training among journalists. The results underscore the importance of Metcalf Institute’s work to foster informed conversations about the environment through nationwide training for journalists, especially related to climate change. The surveys, conducted… [ Continue Reading ]


22 Finalists Selected for Metcalf Institute’s 20th Annual Science Immersion Fellowship for Journalists

Annual Workshop Competitive pool of workshop applicants represents 45 nations around the globe The University of Rhode Island’s Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting has selected 22 finalists for its 20th Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists. This year’s workshop represents a major milestone as Metcalf celebrates twenty years of bringing science to the… [ Continue Reading ]


Global Shipping and the Climate Challenge

Approximately 80-percent of world trade is carried by sea – everything from the cars we drive and the food we eat to the televisions in our homes. But this form of transportation is a major contributor to the greenhouse gas emissions that drive climate change. What steps are being taken to reduce the maritime industry’s… [ Continue Reading ]


Evaluating Metcalf Institute Impacts

For twenty years, Metcalf Institute has been helping journalists translate the science behind environmental stories. We’ve learned a few things along the way, and several recent articles share our insights about the importance and impacts of professional development for journalists. Sunshine Menezes, Metcalf’s executive director, was invited to write a guest column about Metcalf training… [ Continue Reading ]


Climate Change and the News Webinar: What’s New in the U.S. Climate Science Special Report?

According to the Climate Science Special Report recently released by the U.S. Global Change Research Program, we are living in the warmest period “in the history of modern civilization.” The report summarizes thousands of research studies that have documented the effects of global warming on ocean life, flooding, and extreme weather, with a focus on… [ Continue Reading ]