Non-US journalists, particularly those from developing countries, are invited to apply for a semester-long scholarship to attend the University of California-Berkeley (UCB) for the spring semester of 2015 to take classes at the Graduate School of Journalism.Learn More
As part of EJN's 10th anniversary, a new Council of Partners has been created to help guide future development of the network.Learn More
The three-day forum brought together seven Chinese journalists and seven researchers to learn about the demands of the two disciplines -- both focused on finding truth but with very different audiences.Learn More
The Earth Journalism Network is working with scientists and hardware developers to create the DustDuino—a low-cost particulate matter monitor that can help media audiences understand the quality of the air they breathe.Learn More
This issue guide takes an in-depth look at the state of the fisheries industry, the rapidly growing aquaculture business, the oceans’ environmental stressors, and potential solutions for a sustainable seafood trade.Learn More
A global community of environmental journalists
Worldwide. EJN establishes networks of environmental journalists in countries where they don't exist, and build their capacity where they do.
Collaborative. Member journalists from different locations use EJN to share information and ideas for how to add global context to their local stories.
By Journalists, for Journalists. EJN's reporter resources are created specifically to support an audience of environmental journalists.