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COMMUNITY

On the Ethics of Climate Journalism

Journalist Aruna Chandrasekhar in conversation with Advisory Editor Vishakha Darbha
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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22 Aug 2020
Interview
Climate Change
Interview
Climate Change
Investigative Journalism
Coastal Displacement
Anthropocene
Parachuting
Health Workers
Mining
Freelancing
Power Dynamics
Diaspora
Diasporic Distance
Forest Collective
Displacement
Evictions
COVID-19
Energy Crisis
Environmental Disaster
Environment

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There is an imbalance of power to be corrected—how do you level a playing field where, for centuries, you have oppressed, displaced communities, and always justified it for your own benefit?

RECOMMENDED: "How One Billionaire Could Keep Three Countries Hooked on Coal for Decades", NY Times. By Somini Sengupta, Jacqueline Williams, and Aruna Chandrasekhar. On how the Adani Group lobbied successfully to mine for coal in Australia and subsequently transporting it to India and contributing to energy and climate crises in both India and Bangladesh.



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