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Attend: Join Tortoise Media at the New York Times Climate Hub in Glasgow During COP26! at Tortoise Media

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At Tortoise, everyone is welcome to a seat at the table and the purpose of Tortoise ThinkIns is to bring their members into the core of their newsroom.

A ThinkIn is not just another panel discussion. It’s a real editorial meeting where your insight and experience can help shape reporting.

For these COP26 ThinkIns, Tortoise would like Young Scots to join in the conversation, and contribute to tackling the big questions:

  • Who should pay to save the rainforest?
  • What should CEOs actually do about the climate crisis?
  • Frustrated at the awful condition of housing for young people? If so, join us as we ask, how do we kick start the renovation revolution?

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About Tortoise Media

Tortoise is a slow newsroom. We focus on investigative journalism that understands the forces shaping our society, instead of churning out breaking news, which can feel pretty overwhelming. We want to report on the issues that are important to young people. That’s why we hold daily live news events called ‘ThinkIns’, that you can join to help shape our reporting, and let us know which stories you think we’re missing. We cover all sorts of topics, from the social effects of cancel culture, to why we need to accelerate net zero, to how we can deal with rising youth unemployment. Join us today and help make the news.

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