Bruno Takahashi discussed the future of environmental journalism recently as part of the Terre Verde program produced by KPFA in Berkeley, Calif.
Takahashi, the research director at Michigan State University’s Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, was part of a panel asked to address: “What place is there for environmental stories in the new, networked, multiplatform, and interactive world of media? How are environmental journalists engaging with the tools of this digital revolution?”
Other panelists included Jason Jaacks of University of California-Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism and Jeff Burnside, president of the board of directors of the Society of Environmental Journalists and an investigative reporter at KOMO 4 (ABC), Seattle.
You can hear the broadcast here.