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Summer, Cars, and Coding at USC Annenberg


Clémence-Maureen Feniou, a Master of Science in Journalism student, shares her experience participating in a hallmark Annenberg program: the seven-week multi-media reporting intensive for graduate students. This year, with support from the Center for Climate Journalism and Communication, the theme

Climate portraits: Making climate stories people-first


Climate change can often feel abstract. We hear the figure ‘1.5˚C’ thrown around like the symbol of doomsday, the final tipping point before we get to the point of no return, but what does it mean? What does it look like? We have started to understand what it means in recent years. When hurricanes destroy entire communities and kill hundreds of people, we start to see the actual effects of these climate change-driven events on people.

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