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Partner Networks and Organizations

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. These local networks often become our active partners, working with local journalists in local languages, and in most cases are self-sustaining institutions that can provide their members with capacity-building programs and the kind of clout that comes by working as a coherent group. 

Over the years, EJN has worked closely with the following organizations, among others:

 


The International Institute for
Environment and Development (IIED)

The Third Pole

The Forum of Environmental
Journalists of India (FEJI)

Claves 21 (Argentina)

The International Center for
Communications Development
 (China)

The Thai Society of
Environmental Journalists

The Society of Environmental
Journalists (SEJ)
 in the US

Panos (including 
regional offices)

The Philippine Network of
Environmental Journalists (PNEJ)

The Vietnam Forum of
Environmental
Journalists (VFEJ)

 

The Mexican Network of
Environmental Journalists
(REMPA)

The National Council of Environmental Journalists in Pakistan

 


The Society of Indonesian
Environmental Journalists (SIEJ)

European Youth Press

Renewable Energy & Energy
Efficiency Partnership 

O Eco (Brazil)

The Network of Climate Change
Journalists from the Greater
Horn of Africa (NECJOGHA)

The Cambodian Institute 
for 
Media Studies (CIMS)

Reseau des Journalistes pour
le Droit de l'Homme
(Central African Republic)

The International
Union for the
Conservation
of Nature (IUCN)

EnviroNews Nigeria

chinadialogue

Nawaat (Tunisia)

The Peruvian Provincial
Journalists Network

The Union of Environmental
Journalists (Sierra Leone)

Nigerian Association of
Science Journalists

Pan-Amazon
Communicators Network

The Arab Federation
of Science Journalists