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Inside The Historic U.N. Climate Conference In Paris

Dawn Reeves covering the United Nations Climate Conference in Paris. Photo provided by Dawn Reeves.

Dawn Reeves covering the United Nations Climate Conference in Paris. Photo provided by Dawn Reeves.

Environmental Reporter Dawn Reeves, based in Washington D.C. with the Inside EPA subscriber news service, reports back from the Paris Climate Change Summit.  Reeves shares insights from the conference and explains  elements of the agreement reached by countries attending the conference with Don Corrigan on this week’s edition of  “Behind the Editor’s Curtain.”

The Paris Climate Conference newsroom. Photo provided by Dawn Reeves.

The Paris Climate Conference newsroom. Photo provided by Dawn Reeves.

Reeves talks with Corrigan about what it was like to be in Paris after the terrorist attacks, what she will be covering after the Summit, and she remembers her first climate change article written while attending Webster University. A Webster University graduate with a BA and MA degree from the school in Webster Groves, Dawn Reeves filed numerous stories from the historic U.N. Climate Conference in Paris.

To hear the podcast click below.

 

Produced by Holly Shanks. Music provided by House of Cowboy.

 

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3 responses to “Inside The Historic U.N. Climate Conference In Paris

  1. Dawn was a great Editor and later a great General Manager of the weekly Webster University Journal newspaper. She worked with some fine young journos who have since gone on to be successful reporters and authors, from Adam Linhardt to Thomas Crone to Jeff Starck to Jeff Tobin … and more.
    Dawn is now making her mark as an environmental reporter, a beat that has languished in recent years, but which is now about to take off as the beat to specialize in. Just look at some of the great writing on climate change in The New Republic and The New Yorker this year.

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  2. This is definitely going to be THE beat in the coming years in South Florida.
    Monroe County is already spending millions studying climate change impacts on the Keys.
    Great to hear from Dawn.

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  3. So proud of Dawn and good ‘ol Webster u and Don Corrigan! Dawn, keep making us proud!!!

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