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Rewriting Climate Headlines

COP28 Climate Hub – Rewriting Climate Headlines

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Rewriting Climate Headlines

COP28 Climate Hub – Rewriting Climate Headlines

We Don't Have Time and Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism are proud to present Rewriting the Climate Headlines, a compelling series of three investigative stories where we spotlight the vital importance of cross-border collaboration and new storytelling in climate reporting. We will dive into fresh perspectives on reshaping climate narratives, as we scrutinize how media and politics influence the portrayal of critical topics like wildfires, water scarcity, and animal welfare, and how these narratives can empower people and instigate change.

Join us at COP28 for a thought-provoking discussion featuring experts, journalists, and artists. Together, we'll explore strategies to redefine climate headlines and catalyze policy change. Additionally, don't miss our exclusive broadcast of highlights from the ARIJ 16th Annual Forum in Amman, Jordan - the Arab world's premier gathering for investigative journalism.

This series is part of the COP28 Climate Hub. Click here for the full day-by-day program.

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December 9

13:45 GST / 10:45 CET — Rewriting the Climate Headlines - Episode 1: The Wildfires of Morocco

Join us for the first episode of Rewriting the Climate Headlines, a compelling series of three investigative stories where we spotlight the vital importance of cross-border collaboration and new storytelling in climate reporting. We will dive into fresh perspectives on reshaping climate narratives, as we scrutinize how media and politics influence the portrayal of critical topics like wildfires, water scarcity, and animal welfare, and how these narratives can empower people and instigate change.

December 11

18:00 GST / 15:00 CET — Rewriting the Climate Headlines - Episode 2: Water in the Southern Jordan Valley

Join us for the second episode of Rewriting the Climate Headlines, a compelling series of three investigative stories where we spotlight the vital importance of cross-border collaboration and new storytelling in climate reporting.

We will dive into fresh perspectives on reshaping climate narratives, as we scrutinize how media and politics influence the portrayal of critical topics like wildfires, water scarcity, and animal welfare, and how these narratives can empower people and instigate change.

December 15

19:00 GST / 16:00 CET — Rewriting the Climate Headlines - Episode 3: The Falcon's Route

Join us of the third episode of Rewriting the Climate Headlines, a compelling series of three investigative stories where we spotlight the vital importance of cross-border collaboration and new storytelling in climate reporting. This episode deals with the smuggling of rare migrating falcons from Libya to the Arabian Gulf.

We will dive into fresh perspectives on reshaping climate narratives, as we scrutinize how media and politics influence the portrayal of critical topics like wildfires, water scarcity, and animal welfare, and how these narratives can empower people and instigate change.

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December 9

13:45 GST / 10:45 CET — Rewriting the Climate Headlines - Episode 1: The Wildfires of Morocco

Join us for the first episode of Rewriting the Climate Headlines, a compelling series of three investigative stories where we spotlight the vital importance of cross-border collaboration and new storytelling in climate reporting. We will dive into fresh perspectives on reshaping climate narratives, as we scrutinize how media and politics influence the portrayal of critical topics like wildfires, water scarcity, and animal welfare, and how these narratives can empower people and instigate change.

December 11

18:00 GST / 15:00 CET — Rewriting the Climate Headlines - Episode 2: Water in the Southern Jordan Valley

Join us for the second episode of Rewriting the Climate Headlines, a compelling series of three investigative stories where we spotlight the vital importance of cross-border collaboration and new storytelling in climate reporting.

We will dive into fresh perspectives on reshaping climate narratives, as we scrutinize how media and politics influence the portrayal of critical topics like wildfires, water scarcity, and animal welfare, and how these narratives can empower people and instigate change.

December 15

19:00 GST / 16:00 CET — Rewriting the Climate Headlines - Episode 3: The Falcon's Route

Join us of the third episode of Rewriting the Climate Headlines, a compelling series of three investigative stories where we spotlight the vital importance of cross-border collaboration and new storytelling in climate reporting. This episode deals with the smuggling of rare migrating falcons from Libya to the Arabian Gulf.

We will dive into fresh perspectives on reshaping climate narratives, as we scrutinize how media and politics influence the portrayal of critical topics like wildfires, water scarcity, and animal welfare, and how these narratives can empower people and instigate change.

Rewriting Climate Headlines

Host

David Olsson

 (
SE
)

COO & Co-Founder, We Don't Have Time

David Olsson is the co-founder and COO of We Don't Have Time.

Speakers

Mohammed Komani

 (
YE
)
Senior investigative journalist and Data Editor

Mohammed Komani, Yemen, is an investigative journalist who has more than 14 years of experience. He has been working with ARIJ (Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalists) since 2016. Currently, he is a senior data editor and coach. Komani is a member of ICIJ and worked with them on several projects including the Panama Papers, Swiss Leaks, Pandora Papers, FinCEN Files, Ericsson List and other groundbreaking cross-border projects.

Åse Johannesen

 (
SE
)
Senior researcher and advisor, Deltares

Åse is a water expert and systems ecologist with 24 years’ professional experience with a diverse portfolio of empirical research, project and program management, knowledge brokering and policy work at Swedish, European, African and international level. She has a Master's in Ecology (1999) and a PhD in risk management (2017) and post doc investigating social learning and adaptive capacity for flood risk management. At Deltares she is a senior researcher/advisor in several EU research projects on governance and financing of nature-based solutions and works as a team lead for the “assessment of current and future delta state” report, for the International Panel on Deltas and Coastal Areas.

Ahmed Ashour

 (
)
Editor, ARIJ

Ahmed Ashour is an editor and fact checker at ARIJ. He completed a master program in International Media Studies at Bonn University, Germany. He holds the DW Academy-certified creditianial of the International Journalist. Ahmed Ashour had taken part in a number of cross-border collaborative programs with CiFAR, GIZ, ARIJ and OCCRP. Ashour participated in the collaborative project “Fincen Files” and “Pandora Papers” between ARIJ and ICIJ.

Tracy Keeling

 (
)
Freelance Environmental Journalist

Tracy is an environmental journalist whose work has been published in The Revelator, Daily Maverick, The Ecologist, and other media outlets. She is currently doing a fellowship with the Earth Journalism Network focused on the legal trade in wildlife. Tracy has recently started a Substack newsletter called The 4 Percent, a reference to the woefully small proportion of the Earth's mammals who are wild.

Daan Veerman

 (
)
Artist

Daan Veerman is a designer, researcher, writer and curator fascinated by the places and spaces where new technologies and humans meet. This culminates in projects that either focus on finding one’s self within larger infrastructural systems and industries such as the Internet, or in projects that focus on redeveloping novel production techniques as crafts in order to bring a “human” hand back into the produced artefacts. His work is displayed in exhibitions and museums, and was recently acquired for their permanent collection by the Design Museum in Gent, Belgium.

Ethar AlAzem

 (
JO
)
Coach and editor, ARIJ

E’thar AlAzem has been a science journalist since 2006 covering topics such as clean energy, environmental hazards, technology and others. She is also a data trainer and an investigative reporting coach at Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ). Ethar holds a Master’s degree in Journalism and New Media from the Jordan Media Institute (JMI).

Nelleke Broeze

 (
NL
)
Multidisciplinary Designer

Nelleke Broeze (1995, NL) is a visual artist and researcher, based in The Hague since 2019. Her work is mainly focused on feminism. She searches for agency, autonomy, and for relationships with others in the society we live in.

Gonzalo Delacámara

 (
ES
)
Director, Centre for Water & Climate Adaptation IE University

Gonzalo is an economist working worldwide (in 80+ countries). His 28-yr experience is on connecting natural resources management (freshwater, energy, forests, oceans, climate, biodiversity…) to social and economic development. He is currently the Director of the Centre for Water & Climate Adaptation at IE University and an international advisor to the United Nations, European Commission, OECD, World Bank, among others.

Hattie Wade

 (
UK
)
Researcher and Designer, Artist

Hattie Wade (UK, 1993) is a research-based artist and designer between London and The Hague. She is interested in how past institutional violences are maintained and reproduced through legal and legislative frameworks, heritage protection, and the forms the dissemination of this information takes (namely education and media). She critically researches, dismantles, and rebuilds to make tangible that which is not, taking the form of digital, video and spatial work.

Host

David Olsson

 (
SE
)
COO & Co-Founder, We Don't Have Time

David Olsson is the co-founder and COO of We Don't Have Time.

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Speakers

Mohammed Komani

 (
YE
)
Senior investigative journalist and Data Editor

Mohammed Komani, Yemen, is an investigative journalist who has more than 14 years of experience. He has been working with ARIJ (Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalists) since 2016. Currently, he is a senior data editor and coach. Komani is a member of ICIJ and worked with them on several projects including the Panama Papers, Swiss Leaks, Pandora Papers, FinCEN Files, Ericsson List and other groundbreaking cross-border projects.

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Åse Johannesen

 (
SE
)
Senior researcher and advisor, Deltares

Åse is a water expert and systems ecologist with 24 years’ professional experience with a diverse portfolio of empirical research, project and program management, knowledge brokering and policy work at Swedish, European, African and international level. She has a Master's in Ecology (1999) and a PhD in risk management (2017) and post doc investigating social learning and adaptive capacity for flood risk management. At Deltares she is a senior researcher/advisor in several EU research projects on governance and financing of nature-based solutions and works as a team lead for the “assessment of current and future delta state” report, for the International Panel on Deltas and Coastal Areas.

Read less
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Ahmed Ashour

 (
)
Editor, ARIJ

Ahmed Ashour is an editor and fact checker at ARIJ. He completed a master program in International Media Studies at Bonn University, Germany. He holds the DW Academy-certified creditianial of the International Journalist. Ahmed Ashour had taken part in a number of cross-border collaborative programs with CiFAR, GIZ, ARIJ and OCCRP. Ashour participated in the collaborative project “Fincen Files” and “Pandora Papers” between ARIJ and ICIJ.

Read less
Read more

Tracy Keeling

 (
)
Freelance Environmental Journalist

Tracy is an environmental journalist whose work has been published in The Revelator, Daily Maverick, The Ecologist, and other media outlets. She is currently doing a fellowship with the Earth Journalism Network focused on the legal trade in wildlife. Tracy has recently started a Substack newsletter called The 4 Percent, a reference to the woefully small proportion of the Earth's mammals who are wild.

Read less
Read more

Daan Veerman

 (
)
Artist

Daan Veerman is a designer, researcher, writer and curator fascinated by the places and spaces where new technologies and humans meet. This culminates in projects that either focus on finding one’s self within larger infrastructural systems and industries such as the Internet, or in projects that focus on redeveloping novel production techniques as crafts in order to bring a “human” hand back into the produced artefacts. His work is displayed in exhibitions and museums, and was recently acquired for their permanent collection by the Design Museum in Gent, Belgium.

Read less
Read more

Ethar AlAzem

 (
JO
)
Coach and editor, ARIJ

E’thar AlAzem has been a science journalist since 2006 covering topics such as clean energy, environmental hazards, technology and others. She is also a data trainer and an investigative reporting coach at Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ). Ethar holds a Master’s degree in Journalism and New Media from the Jordan Media Institute (JMI).

Read less
Read more

Nelleke Broeze

 (
NL
)
Multidisciplinary Designer

Nelleke Broeze (1995, NL) is a visual artist and researcher, based in The Hague since 2019. Her work is mainly focused on feminism. She searches for agency, autonomy, and for relationships with others in the society we live in.

Read less
Read more

Gonzalo Delacámara

 (
ES
)
Director, Centre for Water & Climate Adaptation IE University

Gonzalo is an economist working worldwide (in 80+ countries). His 28-yr experience is on connecting natural resources management (freshwater, energy, forests, oceans, climate, biodiversity…) to social and economic development. He is currently the Director of the Centre for Water & Climate Adaptation at IE University and an international advisor to the United Nations, European Commission, OECD, World Bank, among others.

Read less
Read more

Hattie Wade

 (
UK
)
Researcher and Designer, Artist

Hattie Wade (UK, 1993) is a research-based artist and designer between London and The Hague. She is interested in how past institutional violences are maintained and reproduced through legal and legislative frameworks, heritage protection, and the forms the dissemination of this information takes (namely education and media). She critically researches, dismantles, and rebuilds to make tangible that which is not, taking the form of digital, video and spatial work.

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