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The climate change crisis is often explored on a macro scale in the media. For reporters who may be wondering how to tackle the topic on a more local level for the communities they serve, medical journal The Lancet's annual report tracking the impact of climate change on global public health is full of valuable data, information, and potential stories.

Following the release of the 2021 report, Naseem Miller at The Journalist’s Resource has compiled a list of seven tips on how journalists can localise this information to their own beat, in order to bring readers the climate health stories that are most urgent and relevant to their everyday lives.

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