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Comparing climate change reporting in Copenhagen by Catherine Ferrieux The context The UNFCCC Cop 15 Conference in Copenhagen, December 7th – 19th, Bella Center I was there as a freelancer attending the last days of the Conference December 17th-19th

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the context
The context
  • The UNFCCC Cop 15 Conference in Copenhagen, December 7th – 19th, Bella Center
  • I was there as a freelancer attending the last days of the Conference December 17th-19th
  • I interviewed journalists from all over the world attending the Cop 15 during the whole conference (7th to 19th december)
the survey
The survey
  • Comparing national variations in reporting of climate change science during Cop 15.
  • A short questionnaire consisting of 3 questions :

1) list of topics followed

2) proportion of science & technology-angled stories vs other angles

3) space given to scientists in the media/in the country

who were the journalists surveyed
Whowere the journalistssurveyed
  • Total number of journalistssurveyed : 37

(out of 3221 accreditedjournalists for Cop 15)

  • Live interviews in Copenhagen : 17

- EarthJournalismAwards winners

- journalistsinterviewedatrandom

  • Email interviews : 20

- UNFCCC fellowjournalists

- EarthJournalism Network journalists

space given to scientists in media
Spacegiven to scientists in media
  • In your media
  • In your country’s mainstream media
findings and issues for discussion
Findings and issues for discussion
  • During Cop 15, science of climate change wasunder- reported

- By the media in general

- By the specialized media and science journalists

  • Whathappened to science during Cop 15?
  • Lack of science news ?
  • Bad timing : lack of new report from IPCC ?
  • Climategate : lack of science credibility ?
  • Science and civil society keptasidefrom the Bella Center ; confidential « sideevents » (badlycommunicated & little audience)
annex nb of journalists per country
Annex : nb of journalists per country
  • EUROPE :  France 2 UK 1 Germany 1 Spain 1 Portugal 2 Macedonia 1 Slovenia 1
  • MIDDLE EAST: Algeria 1 Lebanon 1 Egypt 2
  • AFRICA :  Senegal 2 Kenya 1 Cameroon 1 Rwanda 1 Botswana 1
  • ASIA   : China 1 Japan 1 Singapore 1 Pakistan 1 India 3 Nepal 1 Philippines 1
  • SOUTH AMERICA : Brazil 3 Guatemala 1 Suriname 1 Mexico 1 Argentina 1
  • NORTH AMERICA : USA 2
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