Preview: Living Through the Climate Emergency

Our joint coverage week kicks off this Monday, April 12th. See summaries of the stories that our partners are making available to reprint and rebroadcast, as well as a toolkit to make the most of the week.

CCNow’s April 12-22 joint coverage week, themed “Living Through the Climate Emergency,” is shaping up as a powerful exercise in public service journalism. We’re so grateful to the partners that are participating, and we’re confident that our audiences will find great value, even inspiration, in the stories we’ll report.

In the link below, you’ll find summaries of some of the stories that CCNow partners will make available for other partners to republish or rebroadcast. And we have social media assets, opportunities for audience engagement and other tools that partners should use to maximize the reach and impact of everyone’s work.

View the Coverage Week Preview & Toolkit

Partners who are participating in the week include some of the biggest names in news—Agence France-Presse, Reuters, NBC News, CBS News, PBS NewsHour, Noticias Telemundo, VICE, The Guardian, The Asahi Shimbun, The Times of India, and many more. Combined, their coverage will explore the many ways that people and communities around the globe are already experiencing the climate emergency, and what some are doing to help us solve it.

During the week, we ask that partners:

  • Publish, Broadcast, and Share your own original climate stories
  • Republish and Rebroadcast as many stories by CCNow partners as possible, to extend the reach of the work.
  • Engage your Audience on the subject of climate change. In particular, we invite you to share a social media callout, asking readers and viewers about how they’re experiencing the climate emergency in their lives. Use the hashtag #ClimateEmergencyWeek, and we’ll track responses to share with the group.
  • Amplify CCNow coverage on social media, also using the hashtag #ClimateEmergencyWeek.

If you have questions, contact us: