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How To Cover the Impact of Climate Change on Health in South Asia


Event Date:

February 13, 2024 | 6:00 PM IST TO 7:30 PM IST
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A quarter of the world's population lives in South Asia. Rising seas, melting glaciers, and changes in weather and ecosystems are creating new health concerns in the region. How can journalists tell important and engaging stories to better inform the public? 

In conjunction with the Pulitzer Center, will present a webinar training for journalists reporting on the intersections of health and climate change in South Asia. Speakers will include journalists, editors, and scientists from across South Asia. They will provide expert tips on how to cover these important topics. Scroll Executive Editor Supriya Sharma will be the moderator.

Soumya Swaminathan, former chief scientist at the World Health Organization
Meghnath Dhimal, environmental health scientist, the Nepal Health Research Council
Tabassum Barnagarwala, special correspondent,, India
Mahima Jain, independent journalist and Pulitzer Center grantee, India
Jesmin Papri, independent journalist, Bangladesh



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