With the recent onslaught of hurricanes, such as Harvey, Irma, and Maria, and wildfires in Spain, Portugal and California, data journalists have been working hard to interpret scientific data, as well as getting creative to make it reader friendly.
The COP23 (do I hear climate change?) also serves as a great opportunity for data journalists to take a step back and ask:
What is the best way of reporting on data related to the environment? Where do you find the data in the first place? How do you make it relatable to the public and which challenges do you face along the way?
This article was originally published on the Data Journalism Awards Medium Publication managed by the Global Editors Network. You can find the original version right here.