NPR's 170-part Climate Connections series took listeners on a global journey. Stopping off on ice packs and deserts, NPR journalists documented change in weather patterns, ecosystems, and lives. The series also took a journey through time, exploring how past climate changes have shaped human history to understand how global warming may change our own lives in the future.
Each year, winners of The Grantham Prize and the Award of Special Merit recipients were honored at The Grantham Prize Seminar. During this event the winners discussed their stories, giving an insider's perspective on the effort needed to report and craft exceptional environmental journalism. This rare opportunity to hear winners discuss their stories at length has been an inspiration for veteran journalists and non-journalists, alike.