Thursday, February 27, 2014
An old friend of mine, Erica Gies, has done a lot of great environmental journalism over the past few decades, including a number of major stories for the New York Times (see here, here, etc.) and a number of other top journal outlets. Along with five other environmental reporters, she is embarking on a new endeavor to self-fund environmental journalism following the kickstarter model. They are calling it "Climate Confidential." I think it's a brave new project, and I thought I'd pass it along as it may be something of interest to readers. Check out their website here and the video at that site (sorry, I can't figure out how to embed it) describing what they intend to do. Maybe you'll even toss them a few coins or more to get this started.
Stephen R. Miller
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