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Who Will Save Environmental Journalism?

19-Mar-18 09:30

Who Will Save Environmental Journalism?

Until it's recent closure, Andrew Sia was the editor overseeing the environment section of The Star. Despite numerous awards to its credit as well as some positive impact on policy makers. Today we ask what brought Andrew into journalism, what made him stay and briefly what the demise of a section of the paper means for journalism focused on the planet’s environmental challenges.

Presented by: Sharaad Kuttan


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