Internews Network and Internews Europe developed the Earth Journalism Network (EJN) to empower and enable journalists from developing countries to cover the environment more effectively. EJN establishes networks of environmental journalists in countries where they don't exist, and builds their capacity where they do, through training workshops and development of training materials, support for production and distribution, and dispersing small grants.
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Earth Journalism Network
An Internews supported project in Brazil has taken a major step forward with the launch of version 2.0 of InfoAmazonia. A new digital ‘widget’ allows for more customized and user-friendly engagement with the interactive mapping platform originally launched in partnership with local organisation O Eco last year.
New Toolkit Covers Food Sovereignty, Sustainable Farming
In early September 2012, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) brought eight Chinese journalists to the Seafood Summit in Hong Kong, where they received training from journalists and seafood experts, embarked on an intensive three-day field trip in southern China, and ...
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) announces the launch of Climate Commons, a new interactive data journalism and news mapping platform that aims to track the impacts of and responses to climate change on a local, regional, and...
Internews and the University of California at Berkeley (UCB) are launching a major new partnership – the Earth Journalism Scholars Program – that aims to boost the training of journalism students in how to report on global environmental issues.
The result of a collaboration between Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN)...
EJN partner, the European Youth Press is currently looking for 24 young environmental journalists to take part in the following training sessions of the “Flag it!” project. The first will be held in São Paulo (Brazil): from the 20th to the 26th of May 2013 and the second will take place in Lagos (Nigeria): from the 1st to the 7th of July 2013.
A historic Internews-sponsored journalism expedition on the Irrawaddy River is being credited with helping to turn the government against supporting construction of a controversial dam.
Tough questions and stone-faced rebuttals from authorities don’t deter Wang Jing, a young journalist at China’s New Century magazine. "I feel I am a representative of the public,” said Jing, explaining her recent persistent enquiries of Thai officials. “If I must, I can apologize in private for aggressive questioning."