How can we revitalize climate reporting? Here are my ideas.
1) It’s by focusing on cli-fi that the Times will grow its reader engagement.
2) It’s by reporting more on the rise of the cli-fi meme and cli-fi novels and movies that the Times will make these issues easier to understand.
3) It’s by making its coverage more exploratory on issues related to cli-fi novels and movies that the Times will make that coverage more vital.
THE ''Cli-Fi ''REPORT:
50+ academic & media links:
NYT Rejection letter/ form letter that was sent to all 867 applicants ...re:
NOTE: THEY STILL DID NOT ANNOUNCE THE FINAL APPOINTEE!
Subject: New York Times Climate Change Editor Application
From: NYTimes Recruiting <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Nytimes Recruiting <email@example.com>
Thank you for applying for the climate change editor position at The New York Times.
We received an enormous response and have chosen our finalists (*note plural noun*) for the position, and we are sorry to inform you that you were not selected as one of the finalists.
We appreciate your interest in The Times and thank you for sharing your work with our search committee.
We wish you much success in the future.
Richard G. Jones
SECOND FORM LETTER
Thank you for emailing the recruiting team at The New York Times.