Reporters at the traditional business desk often write about how corporations seek to meet new emission standards, or innovate in context with the energy transition. However, the connection between business on the one hand and the energy transition as well as the overall climate crisis on the other, is too often not explicit. Many journalists focusing on climate change meanwhile often overlook the role of businesses.
After a first successful conference alongside last year’s COP23 in Bonn – check out the GETJO17 highlights here and the conference programme here - the second edition of the Global Energy Transition Journalism conference on 7 – 8 April 2019 in Berlin will gather journalists, media professionals, foundation representatives and journalism researchers and address some of these pressing questions:
How do businesses adjust to the climate crisis? How does incumbent industries’ transformation look like? Who are the innovators? Who is leading, who is lagging or even working against the transition? What’s the bottom-line and financial impact? How do companies act and shape the transition across borders? And what are the questions journalists should be asking to get to the bottom of the story and inform their readers?
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If you would like to get more input from ministers and global business leaders, you can just stay on for two more days: The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD), held at Germany’s Foreign Office on 9-10 April 2019, brings together 1,500 experts on all energy transition aspects. Check their website for programme updates and how to seek accreditation.