To cover climate change in more engaging ways, news outlets are using interactive maps and climate change calculators
Mădălina Ciobanu highlights innovative ways news organizations are covering climate change leading up to the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris. The Financial Times built a climate change calculator that shows “what the world is really doing to stop climate change,” as well as serving as a main link between FT’s past and future climate reporting. Meanwhile, The Wall Street Journal has created an interactive map using geolocated data that shows the levels of nitrogen dioxide across Europe and how polluted the air is in specific cities or countries due to emissions from diesel cars.
+ Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute launched a Reporter’s Guide to Climate Adaptation, which includes databases of resources and background info for stories on climate change (Reporting on Climate Adaptation)