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Journalists urge to emphasise Climate Emergency!

Posted by Maria Cristina Chiulli on


Journalism should reflect what the science says: the climate emergency is here.

It's time for journalism to recognize that the climate emergency is here.
This is a statement of science, not politics.
Thousands of scientists have said humanity faces a climate emergency.
Why "emergency"? Because words matter. To preserve a livable planet, humanity must take action immediately. Failure to slash the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will make the extraordinary heat, storms, wildfires, and ice melt of 2020 routine and could "render a significant portion of the Earth uninhabitable." The media's response to Covid-19 provides a useful model. Guided by science, journalists have described the pandemic as an emergency, chronicled its devastating impacts, called out disinformation, and told audiences how to protect themselves - with masks, for example.
We need the same commitment to the climate story.
We, the undersigned, invite journalists and news organizations everywhere to add your name to this Covering Climate Now statement on the climate emergency.


  • Covering Climate Now
  • Scientific American
  • Columbia Journalism Review
  • The Nation
  • The Guardian
  • Noticias Telemundo
  • Al Jazeera English
  • Asahi Shimbun
  • La Repubblica


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