Tom Heap to present new weekend editions of Sky News Daily Climate Show

Starting Saturday, July 2, Tom Heap will host new weekend editions of The daily climate show on Sky News. The 30-minute programs will air on TV and Sky News’ digital and social platforms on Saturdays and Sundays and will cover major global issues as well as those closer to home, providing audiences with insight and in-depth analysis as well as solutions. to this urgent crisis.

Correspondent for BBC’s Countryfile and host of the ’39 Ways to Save the Planet’ podcast, Heap will put people at the heart of journalism, hear from individuals and communities and tell the stories of those affected and adapting to the climate crisis.

The show will also hear from scientists and policy makers, explore the positive solutions that can help slow its effects and, supported by Sky News’ live data dashboard, investigate how the climate crisis is changing our landscape. and how we live our lives.

Launched in 2021 to give the public more climate information before the UK hosts the COP26 conference in Glasgow, The Daily Climate Show was the first daily show dedicated to the climate crisis. He’s since been nominated for and won industry awards, partnered with TikTok and Snapchat, and won acclaim from Al Gore, John Kerry and environmental activist Erin Brockovich.

A weekly digital edition of the Daily Climate Show is published on all Sky News social platforms, including Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram. TheClimateCastThe podcast is available weekly* onapple podcast,Google Podcasts, Spotify and on the Sky News app and website.

Sky News has a long-standing commitment to environmental issues with campaigns to protect the rainforest and phase out single-use plastics. It has a dedicated climate editorial team, and Alex Crawford’s gripping documentary ‘The Plastic Nile’ won Environmental Story of the Year at the Foreign Press Association Media Awards.

Sky News is a founding member of the Albert News Consortium which provides a platform to share sustainable production practices between news organisations, including lessons learned from Sky’s global ambition to be zero carbon from 2030. Sky was a lead partner and media partner for UN COP26. summit in Glasgow in 2021.

Availability for all: Sky News is available free of charge via Sky TV, Freeview and on Sky News’ mobile live streaming service and website, as well as 24-hour breaking news coverage and analysis on Sky’s social channels News.

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