Ticket sales open for the Climate Arena Conference 2024

Registration for the Climate Arena Conference 2024 is now open! Get yourself an Early Bird ticket, while they are still available!

On 18-19 October, journalists and scientists from across Europe will gather in Bologna for two days of workshops and collaboration focused on climate, energy, and environmental reporting.

Following the success of the previous conferences organized by and for one of Arena’s networks, we’re hosting another Climate Arena Conference to share, get inspired, and plant the seeds for future cross-border and cross-disciplinary climate investigations.

Like our traditional annual Dataharvest, this is a hands-on, working conference, where the focus is on “showing how”, rather than “showing off”, and building the cross-border collaborations of the future.

Participants will engage in a diverse mix of panels, workshops, and roundtables which will provide them with investigation ideas, new cutting-edge methods, and practical tools for their journalistic work.

The sessions will include a vast array of climate-related topics, such as corporate lobbying and how to spot it, animal welfare’s climate impact, innovative storytelling methods, food system reporting strategies, supply chain tracking, AI’s climate footprint, tracing the fossil money trail, and uncovering climate crisis enablers.

Join us in Bologna on 18-19 October to develop the network, connections, and knowledge needed to investigate the climate crisis.

Discounted Early Bird tickets are available here until June 7th.

For more information about the conference visit the Climate Arena website.

About the Arena Climate Network

The Arena Climate Network is an open-access network by and for journalists. It is for those who want to focus on all aspects of the climate crisis, who want to do in-depth, investigative work, and who believe that working with colleagues one way or another makes journalism stronger. Our network serves a community devoted to exposing financial greed, corruption, and government malaise that fuel the climate crisis.

Our network offers journalists a hub for collaboration, discussion, and learning from each other. Among our many activities are a conference series, combined with training, a mentorship programme, and guidance for the setting up of local networks.

Find out more: climatearena.eu