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As the climate crisis continues, engaging and accurate environmental journalism is more crucial than ever, but conveying such a sprawling, multi-layered story is no mean feat for any newsroom.

In a paper for Reuters Institute, Adele Machado Santelli interviews eight leading environmental journalists in Brazil, summarising their insights into how reporters across the world can effectively cover the climate beat, with an emphasis on education, collaboration and avoiding the pitfalls of audience fatigue through solution-orientated reporting.

"We need to be a showcase for solutions to inspire people. Bringing solutions helps to increase the audience," says André Trigueiro of TV Globo and Rádio CBN, quoted in the article.

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