October 10, 2019
9:00 am - 10:15 am
Room 386, 3rd Floor, Lory Student Center


  • Kyla Mandel (Moderator) Editor, Climate Team, ThinkProgress
  • Jolie Breeden (Speaker) Lead Editor and Science Communicator, Natural Hazards Center
  • Ana Campoy (Speaker ) Nieman Fellow, Harvard University
  • Mark Schleifstein (Speaker ) Environment Reporter, The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate


The past few years have seen increasingly devastating natural disasters, from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico to Camp Fire in California. But as the events pile up, and the news cycle moves on, it may be challenging to find creative and meaningful ways to cover the lasting impact of disasters. This panel discussion will focus on how to tell compelling stories long after the fires and floods have gone, how to document the lasting physical and mental impacts, and creative ways to investigate response and relief efforts.

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