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Sept. 20, 2021

NY Times seeks climate change audio clips  

The New York Times Opinion section is looking for two categories of audio to help them tell climate change-related stories from every country in the world.

The first are sounds that reveal how climate has already remade the world around us — sounds of changed nature or environments. The second is a short interview with someone who's been personally affected by climate change, who can talk about a particular kind of adaptation they've developed or been a part of, or who has personally observed climate change impact their home country, region, neighborhood.

Can you think of a place or an industry or a way of life that is adapting before your eyes to climate change? Can you think of the person who can speak directly to that experience, or the sound that perfectly encapsulates it?

The final pieces of audio will be less than 30 seconds, but the New York Times will do the editing in house. It will work with you to gather longer recordings. It will pay $100 per story, with an additional fee for pieces that involve sourcing and recording an interview.

If you have an idea, fill out this form


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