Before you do anything else, you might want to check out this amazing podcast by Amy Westervelt and Mary Annaise Heglar about climate journalism…




Just as Mainstream Media outlets are joining forces to create stronger climate change resources, so are these specialized outlets. Take a look at Collateral, a series on climate, data and science, which is a collaboration between Inside Climate News and The Weather Channel. And, if you are interested in how the media understood and covered how the world warmed in 2021, take a look at this piece by Carbon Brief, one of our best sources of climate news from around the world.

Most miraculous are the outlets which are taking shape in the form of newsletters, blogs and podcasts. We call a few to your attention:

Mother Nature Network

With sites that generate more than 10 million sessions per month from more than 200 countries, Mother Nature Network is the world's most visited online network for news and information related to the environment and responsible living.

NASA: Global Climate Change

Provides approachable information and resources on climate change science, its effects, and current efforts to intervene.


Oceana is dedicated to protecting and restoring the world’s oceans on a global scale.

Our Daily Planet

Our Daily Planet is the leading independent environmental news platform covering the climate crisis, conservation, and beyond. Monica & Miro started ODP because they saw a need…

Our Energy Policy

Energy headlines, resources, and expert dialogue.

Sea Level Now (John Englander’s newsletter)

John Englander is an oceanographer, consultant and leading expert on sea level rise.

Sierra Club Insider

Insider is Sierra Club's twice-monthly e-newsletter on the latest environmental news, green living tips, urgent action alerts on important environmental issues, great outdoor trips, new books and movies to check out, special offers, and more.

State of the Planet by the Earth Institute at Columbia

News from the Earth Institute. Comprehensive coverage of climate, agriculture, ecology, energy, health, sustainability, water, and more. 

The Climate Beat

If you’re covering the climate story, you need to be reading The Climate Beat, a resource for journalists by journalists. On The Climate Beat, we spotlight the week’s best climate stories, announce new collaborations and events, and share insights on how best to cover the climate crisis.

The Crucial Years, a newsletter with Bill McKibben

After thirty years of ignoring warnings about climate change—we have a few scant years to slash emissions, and also to prepare ourselves and our societies for coping with the fact that we’ve already done irreversible damage. If a soft landing is still possible, it will require slowing emissions way down fast, and also a runway with as few potholes as possible: and in turn that will require a mix of science, politics, economics, and movement-building. Salvation, such as it is, lies in solidarity: in working together to meet the most dangerous, and most interesting, challenge of our lifetimes.

The Daily Climate

The Daily Climate is a nonprofit publication focused on policy and environmental health issues. 

The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy’s magazine combines reporting with world-class photography, covering their work to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.