Source: Public Insight Network Bureau
During the Spring 2017 semester, an ASU student and representative from the Public Insight Network Bureau spent some time with the community of individuals involved in environmental protection and conservation. The student explored how these Arizonans are working to address the environmental issues that concern them, both through volunteer work and political activism within the state. At the PIN Bureau, they aim to increase public participation in journalism and believe that every person has insight or a newsworthy experience they can share. Part of their work includes engaging with a community, and reaching out to voices that can sometimes go somewhat unheard in the mainstream media. Click here to read the student’s final project.