After a disaster: Long-term reporting on floods, fires and other emergencies
We’ll talk about databases and documents you can use to cover natural and unnatural disasters before, during and after they occur, and strategies for identifying long-term issues after the initial incident.
Rebecca Hersher is a science reporter at NPR. She covers climate change and environmental research, including the large-scale causes and long-term effects of hurricanes, floods and other disasters. She previously reported on public health, including outbreaks, sanitation infrastructure and suicide. @rhersher
Eric is a Senior Data Reporter for Big Local News at Stanford University. Before that he was on the data team at Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting. He also has been a News Applications Fellow at ProPublica and a data reporter at the Newark Star Ledger.
Lisa Song is a reporter at ProPublica, where she covers climate change and the environment. She previously worked at InsideClimate News. @lisalsong
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