The global energy transition is driven by many factors: technological innovation, industry and entrepreneurship, a supportive civil society, legal frameworks, and international cooperation. But one factor, that is crucial to all of this and is often overlooked, is independent and fact-driven reporting on the energy transition. Journalism is key to disseminating information on energy, technological breakthroughs, and industrial practices. Social support for the energy transition and pressure on governments to conform with global targets are often spurred by journalists and their reporting.
Despite, or possibly because of, their important role in the global energy transition, environmental and energy journalists face many challenges.
In this #womenenergize event female energy journalists will share their experience, discuss about the future of energy reporting, and give some guidance on how independent energy journalism can be supported by governments, business and the civil society.
Datum: 08. November 2022
Ort: Online via MS Teams
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