Koonin argued that mainstream climate reporters shouldn’t be linking unprecedented wildfires and hurricanes to climate change.
The journalist, whose identity is being withheld due to security concerns, was not merely an accidental casualty but the specific target of a military operation.
We focus here on the realities of the international power struggle unfolding in real time, specifically addressing the role of the U.S. in the tensions and its capacity to reduce them.
His proposal to ensure the news media acts in the interest of the general public and not wealthy corporations and powerful interest groups.
This is an example of how big money can interact with the decline in local journalism to spread false or misleading information, including about the climate crisis and appropriate solutions.
Journalists are our everyday heroes: exposing secrets, uncovering abuses and giving us better understanding of our communities, our cultures, our politics, our world.
When reporters are no longer allowed to report the truth, we all lose.
You might expect the gender ratio of people quoted in the news would mirror the gender split of our society. But that's not the case.