Registration open for July 27 Mongabay webinar: How to Cover Planetary Boundaries

Are you interested in learning how to write about and cover the Earth’s nine planetary boundaries? Do you have a story idea related to ecological tipping points and the impacts on Earth’s ecosystems? 

Mongabay is hosting its next installment in our free webinar series for journalists on July 27th, exploring ‘How to Cover Planetary Boundaries.’ This webinar features a panel of Mongabay contributors and an editor with experience on this increasingly covered topic.

Register here.

Event details

When: July 27th at 11am UTC

Where: Live on Mongabay’s YouTube Channel, Twitter, and LinkedIn

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The experts

Claire Asher

Claire Asher is a freelance science writer with a Ph.D. in biology. Her writing has appeared in New Scientist, BBC Earth, Science NOW, Mongabay, and The Scientist, among others. Her interests include conservation, sustainability, biodiversity, and deforestation. She has written extensively for Mongabay on planetary boundaries, including about the scientific framework itself, the novel chemical entities boundary, and interactions between boundaries.

Sharon Guynup

Sharon Guynup is an award-winning journalist, author, producer, and photographer who covers environmental issues, particularly wildlife and ecosystems. Her work has appeared in publications including Mongabay, National Geographic, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Smithsonian, and Scientific American––and peer-reviewed scientific journals. She is a consulting producer on TV and documentary film projects, National Geographic Explorer and global public policy fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Glenn Scherer

Glenn Scherer is a journalist and editor whose writing about the environment has appeared in Scientific American, Salon, Grist, DailyClimate, and more than 150 U.S. newspapers. He has worked as a researcher and speechwriter for TV journalist Bill Moyers. He co-founded Blue Ridge Press in 2007, a nationally syndicated environmental commentary service published in 550 of the nation’s newspapers which has reached more than 90 million readers. He is an editor-at-large here at Mongabay.

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.