Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is commissioning a series of stories that explore disruptive innovations likely to affect marine conservation, providing a multi-dimensional, global look at the technologies, policies, and people that are creating a new future for the world's oceans.
The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) led by Internews’ Earth Journalism Network has the pleasure to announce that we are opening Fellowship opportunities for journalists to attend the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) being held in Paris, France.
Journalists from South America are invited to apply to participate in a workshop on marine conservation, set to take place in Chile in early August.
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is commissioning a series of stories that capture the effects of climate change on increasingly vulnerable populations around the world, looking to highlight what is at stake for those most directly impacted by the consequences of our changing planet. These stories will be published ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) in December of this year.
African environmental reporting group, the Oxpeckers Center for Investigative Environmental Journalism, is offering an experienced Chinese environmental investigative journalist a three-month reporting Fellowship based in Southern Africa.
The Earth Journalism Network has created the Climate Educators Fund to support the development of a global network dedicated to teaching and inspiring a new generation of young and aspiring journalists and communicators about the human dimensions of climate change.
The Earth Journalism Grants Fund is available to support the creation, growth, and capacity of journalism organizations focused on reporting the human dimensions of climate change.
The Earth Journalism Network has created the Climate Communications Innovation Fund to support the development, adaptation, and introduction of novel story telling methods focused on the human dimensions of climate change.
A Mekong Matters Journalism Network Workshop
The Internews Earth Journalism Network has created the Biodiversity Media Grant Opportunity to support journalism networks and media organizations throughout the world in increasing the capacity of media to cover critical issues of conservation and biodiversity.
Mekong Matters Story Fund supports journalists to report on the social and environmental costs and benefits of development projects in the Mekong region. These may include dams, mines, industrial development, land use and forestry concessions, Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) or other related issues. MPE will provide up to US$3,000 to cover costs for story development and may co-publish the story on its own outlets, with attribution to the journalist and their media organisation.
The Third Pole (www.thethirdpole.net) and Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (www.earthjournalism.net), with support from the Skoll Global Threats Fund, are providing up to 5 reporting fellowships for journalists and other communicators from countries in Hindu Kush Himalaya Region—Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, Pakistan and Nepal.