Lessons from Brazil on how to better cover the environment and the climate crisis


In Brazil — home to the Amazon rainforest, the Pantanal wetlands and diverse species of flora and fauna — environmental journalism is not a new beat. But it is a beat that has had to evolve rapidly in the past few years: first in response to global environmental crises unfolding on our own doorstep, and now in response to a government that has rejected science in favour of policies that protect unsustainable commerce.

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