NPF Newsletter

October 31, 2019

Upcoming Soon: Webinar 

Covering Clean Energy and Politics
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019 at 1 p.m. EST

Next week, NPF will host a free one-hour webinar. This webinar will teach journalists to better understand clean energy and climate change, as well as the resources you need to cover these issues in an election year. Topics include: global trends and challenges, fuel diversity, and government incentives and pressures. Register now!

• Jennifer Laykedirector of global energy, World Resources Institute
• Ryan FitzPatrickdirector of climate and energy, Third Way
• Blake Sobczakdeputy editor, E&E’s Energywire

Support for this webinar is provided by Exelon Corp. NPF retains sole responsibility for programming and content.

Paris Accords of Science Communication 

NPF recently trained 25 journalists from the U.S. and E.U. on communicating science. This program covered issues such as the neuroscience of hate, the science of pain, social determinants of health, vaccine hesitancy and the plight of refugees and victims of human trafficking. Click here to view all content.

For even more coverage, check out our Twitter and Instagram accounts! We also have content on our SoundCloud, Scribd and YouTube channel. Our hashtag for the program was #NPFScience.

NPF Friends & Fellows

China’s capital outflows widen, but US trade war currency deal could ease pressures | Amanda Lee | International Trade 2019 | South China Morning Post

U.S. bill calls for no meat labeling | Nathan Owens | Food and Agriculture 2019 | Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Legionnaires’: The investigation behind the outbreak | Helen Chickering | WCQS (Asheville, North Carolina) | Vaccines 2019