Stammtisch und Buchvorstellung

In-person meeting – Thursday, 29 August from 6.30 PM in Olten

Past events

How constructive journalism can help tell more engaging climate stories

Online talk and discussion – Tuesday, 24 October 2023 from 12-1 PM CET, Zoom

Overview of Swiss CO2 law

The CO2 law after 2024

Online talk and discussion – Wednesday, 6 September 2023 from 12-1 PM, Zoom

Climate law: What journalists need to know ahead of the vote in June

In-person roundtable – Wednesday, 3 May 2023 at 6 pm, Bern

How can journalists tell climate stories from a local point of view?

In-person meeting – Friday, 27 January 2023, Bern

How can journalists use satellite images to investigate and visualise the climate crisis?

Find out in our 2nd session on Thursday, 10 November 2022, from 12.30 to 1.30 PM (CET) via Zoom. Our guests are Adina Renner and Edward Boyda.

Adina is a visual data journalist with the Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ). With data, design, and code, Adina connects people and subjects that matter. One of her latest investigations: how palm oil threatens protected rainforest in Indonesia.

Edward is managing partner at Earthrise Media. He is a physicist, educator, satellite investigator, and data scientist. Edward taught the NASA quantum computer to find Californian trees in satellite imagery. And he teamed up with Reuters reporters to investigate how China’s largest freshwater lake was decimated by sand mining.

Sylke Gruhnwald, a freelance investigative journalist and co-founder of our network, will moderate the discussion.

To take part in our second lunchtime talk, please join our newsletter; we will send out the Zoom link on the morning of the 15th. Our meetings are for professional journalists (and journalism students) only.

First meeting – 29 June 2022: 12.30 – 1.30 PM

We kick off our network with a lunchtime talk on Wednesday, 29 June from 12.30 to 1.30 PM via Zoom. Our guest speaker will be Diego Arguedas Ortiz from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford.

Diego will talk about the state of climate journalism, with a focus on the challenges journalists face – and how they can overcome them. He will also present some findings from Reuters’ latest research into audience attitudes/climate news consumption; there will be time for your questions, too!

Diego has covered climate change since 2013 and founded the first dedicated news outlet in Central America. He now lives in the UK and runs the Oxford Climate Journalism Network at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, which has 200 members from 60 countries.

Sabrina Weiss, a freelance journalist and co-founder of our network, will host the meeting.

To take part in the first meeting, please join our newsletter; we’re going to publish the Zoom link there on the morning of the 29th. Our meetings are for professional journalists (and journalism students) only.