The O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism at Marquette University hosted “Coal and Wind in China’s Inner Mongolia”, a multimedia presentation as part of a journalistic series on coal emissions in China and the United States.
“We wanted to show how the US stokes the demand for materials made in China that rely on coal to be produced,” said Hal Bernton, Seattle Times reporter and 2013-2014 O’Brien fellow. “We essentially took people on our exploration of these coal sites in Mongolia through the slideshow.”
Through the fellowship, Berton, and Zhu Ye, a graduate student in the Diederich College of Communication, will contribute to a planned series of stories in The Seattle Times about the challenges of carbon emissions in China and the US and the affect these emissions have on the environment. More information can be found at the OBrien Fellowship website at: www.marquette.edu/comm/obrien-fellowship/bernton-ye-presentation.php
Established in 1910, the Diederich College of Communication – host of the The O’Brien Fellowship – is one of the primary colleges of Marquette University. Offering numerous undergraduate and graduate degrees in communications, the college strives to advance knowledge and prepare students for intellectual, artistic, professional, and ethical leadership in a complex technological an multi-cultural world. Learn more at: http://diederich.marquette.edu
For more details, visit the O’Brien Fellowship website or contact Herbert Lowe, Director of Journalism for Social Change, at: email@example.com.
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