Register for Mongabay’s webinar on How to Cover Transition Minerals on April 8

Are you a reporter covering the global transition to decarbonize our energy systems? Want to get to the bottom of the environmental, technical, and human rights questions of this topic? Mongabay’s upcoming webinar will delve into the world of transition minerals, such as lithium, cobalt, and nickel, which are essential for electric vehicles, renewable energy systems, and energy storage solutions. 

This session will explore how journalists can effectively cover the complex narratives around transition minerals and their environmental impacts.

This installment of Mongabay’s free webinar series for journalists hosts a panel of experts and journalists who work with and cover Transition minerals. 

Register here.

Event details

When: April 8th, 2024 at 9 pm UTC

Where: Live on Mongabay’s YouTube Channel.

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The experts


Galina Angarova (Buryat) is the executive director of the SIRGE Coalition. She previously served as the executive director at Cultural Survival. She has represented the Indigenous Peoples’ Major Group at the UN and is currently the chair of the executive committee of Securing Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in the Green Economy Coalition. 


Ian Morse is a science and environment journalist with a focus in Indonesia and corporate climate action. He investigates land and extractive businesses, reports on the natural sciences, and writes the Green Rocks newsletter. His work has been published in Al Jazeera, China Dialogue, Mongabay, The New York Times and The Washington Post.

About Mongabay

Mongabay is a nonprofit environmental science and conservation news platform focused on providing cutting-edge independent journalism from nature’s frontline. We pride ourselves in producing reporting that has substantial, tangible impacts around the world.