Partnerships Journalism

Climate Central's journalists collaborate with news organizations nationwide, contributing science reporting and data to TV, radio, print and digital coverage of local climate change impacts and solutions. Find out more about our journalism approach and read our editorial independence policy. If you or your newsroom would like to partner on coverage in your community, please email editor John Upton, jupton@climatecentral.org.

‘Protectors of the Coast’ — What the Northward March of Mangroves Means for Fishing, Flooding and Carbon

‘Protectors of the Coast’ — What the Northward March of Mangroves Means for Fishing, Flooding and Carbon

  • Published: Mar 22nd, 2019

In partnership with WJCT-Jacksonville, The Florida Times-Union, and PBS NewsHour. Ranges of mangroves have naturally waxed and waned over the years, influenced by the weather, but with climate change has come a crucial reduction in crop- and tree-killing freeze events.

How a Green New Deal Could Shape Delaware’s Climate Risks

How a Green New Deal Could Shape Delaware’s Climate Risks

  • Published: Feb 20th, 2019

In partnership with the News Journal, a newspaper in Delaware. About four times a year, Clarence White loses customers from his auto repair business in South Wilmington because flooded roads prevent anyone from getting close...

How a Green New Deal Could Affect Storms, Floods and Heat in Jacksonville

How a Green New Deal Could Affect Storms, Floods and Heat in Jacksonville

  • Published: Feb 20th, 2019

In partnership with WJCT, the NPR affiliate in Jacksonville. When Hurricane Irma destroyed the house that Tom Davitt was renting on Jacksonville’s Westside, it also wrecked tens of thousands of dollars worth of his uninsured possessions...

Want to Build a Delaware Beach House? Expect Regular Floodwaters in 30 Years

Want to Build a Delaware Beach House? Expect Regular Floodwaters in 30 Years

  • Published: Nov 13th, 2018

In partnership with the News Journal, a newspaper in Delaware. Between 2010 and 2017 more than 700 homes in Delaware — worth roughly $500 million — were built on land that’s projected to be inundated at...

Breathing Fire: All This Smoke Means Smaller Newborns And More ER Visits

Breathing Fire: All This Smoke Means Smaller Newborns And More ER Visits

  • Published: Aug 21st, 2018

In partnership with EarthFix. People with lung conditions are more likely to refill prescriptions and be hospitalized during smoke waves, and when pregnant mothers are exposed there’s a...

Breathing Fire: Wildfire Smoke Forcing Idahoans Indoors

Breathing Fire: Wildfire Smoke Forcing Idahoans Indoors

  • Published: Aug 15th, 2018

In partnership with the Idaho Statesman, a daily newspaper in Boise. Idahoans are being affected by pollution from worsening wildfires linked to the weather, climate change and forest management policies.

Breathing Fire: California’s Central Valley Bears the Brunt of Wildfire Smoke

Breathing Fire: California’s Central Valley Bears the Brunt of Wildfire Smoke

  • Published: Aug 15th, 2018

In partnership with KQED, an NPR affiliate in California. Worsening wildfires linked to the weather, climate change and forest management policies are causing unprecedented smoke pollution across the West...

West Nile Crippling El Pasoans, Rising Temperatures Play Role

West Nile Crippling El Pasoans, Rising Temperatures Play Role

  • Published: Aug 9th, 2018

In partnership with the El Paso Times. Most U.S. cities have experienced an increase in the average number of mosquito disease danger days each year. El Paso's increase was larger than most, raising risks of West Nile infections.