Winners of Covering Climate Now Journalism Awards

From Covering Climate Now:

Here are the winners of the second annual Covering Climate Now Journalism Awards honoring journalists producing the strongest coverage of the onrushing climate emergency and its abundant solutions. Winners of the 2022 CCNow Journalism Awards include journalists at the Guardian, Agence-France Presse, Al Jazeera English, PBS NewsHour, Globo, and HBO Max, as well as The Third Pole, Grist, the Post and Courier, the Los Angeles Times, and WGBH-PRX. Justin Worland, senior correspondent for TIME, was named Climate Journalist of the Year. (See the press release here.)

Covering Climate Now Journalism Award Finalists


Here are the journalists and media outlets from around the world selected by an international jury of 90 distinguished judges as Finalists for the second-annual Covering Climate Now Climate Journalism Awards!

Finalists were selected in 18 awards categories, including long and short form print coverage, long and short form video and audio coverage, investigative reporting, commentary, social media engagement, photography, student and emerging journalists, and newsroom innovation.

“This outpouring of submissions — a 50 percent increase over last year’s entries — reflects how news organizations increasingly recognize that climate change demands more and better coverage from all journalists,” said Kyle Pope, the editor and publisher of Columbia Journalism Review and the chair of the CCNow Awards judging process.