The one-day media workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of the following issues:
- What are the key facts journalists need to know about the Energiewende? How relevant is it from a global perspective?
- How is reporting on energy and climate topics different to other fields of journalism? What are its practical aspects? And how relevant is energy and climate journalism for journalists reporting in and from Germany?
- Which role does the Energiewende play for normal citizens? How does the regular citizen become involved?
- With on-site visits to projects and meetings with experts and citizens, participants will get an overview of key themes of the German energy transition.
If you have any questions concerning the workshop, please do not hesitate to contact us (see contact box at the right).
If you would like to participate, please sign up via our registration button and form.
Please apply by 07 June 2016 at the latest. We will inform you by 9 June 2016 whether your application has been successful.
The CLEW “Reporter’s Guide to the Energiewende” gives journalists a starting point for their work, highlighting the main storylines of the energy transition, providing lists of experts and links to key readings. The guide complements the website, which has plenty more in-depth information, links and contacts.
The daily briefing and the weekly newsletter, as well as our Twitter feed @cleanenergywire, offer the latest Energiewende relevant news, and the regularly updated calendar lists the next big energy and climate policy events.