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Communicators' Workshop on Renewable Energy in Coimbatore, India

Selected applicants will participate in an in-person workshop in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu from July ­­­­­­19-21, 2024.
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Fellowships for Journalists to Cover the UN Biodiversity Conference (UNCBD COP16) in Cali, Colombia

Selected applicants will attend the entire duration of the UN biodiversity negotiations, which will take place from October 21-November 1.
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“Earth Shorts” on Climate Resilience: Training and Grant Opportunity for Social Media Content Producers in the Philippines

EJN is piloting a new initiative to support content producers to create engaging climate-related information on social media.
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Internews developed the Earth Journalism Network in 2004 to enable journalists from low- and middle-income countries to cover the environment more effectively.

Around the world, EJN-supported reporting mobilizes communities, changes government policies and holds polluters to account. 

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Impact Stories

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EJN-Supported Story on Coastal Erosion in Colombia Catalyzes More Media Coverage and Public Engagement

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EJN-Supported Story Bolsters Support for Nature-Based Solutions for Coastal Resilience in Siargao Island, Philippines

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EJN-Supported Story on Participatory Mangrove Restoration Helps to Strengthen Security in Protected Areas on Colombian Islands

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EJN-Supported Story Sparks Community Debate on Conservation — Hastening Reintroduction of White Rhinos in Ajai Wildlife Reserve, Uganda

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Digging Deeper: In Uganda, EJN-Supported Sand Mining Story Paves Way for Stronger Mining and Minerals Bill

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EJN Data Journalism Fellow’s Report Leads to Tighter Oversight of Illegal Sand Mining in Vietnam

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EJN-Supported Stories Hastened Development of Anoa Breeding Ground in Sulawesi, Indonesia

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EJN-Supported Documentary Primes Long-Awaited Victory for Indigenous Community in Tamil Nadu, India

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Songbird Smuggler Named in EJN-Supported Story Apprehended by Italian Police

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Odisha Government’s Resettlement Efforts Accelerated by EJN Grantee’s Report on Coastal Erosion

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Logging Exposé in the Solomon Islands Leads to Timber Companies’ Suspension

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Delayed for 10 Years, Fijian Village Threatened by Sea Level Rise Begins Relocation After EJN Journalist’s Story

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Yemeni Grantee Shines Spotlight on the Environmental Impacts of War

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Coverage of Heatwaves in Pakistani Slums Garners Attention, Sparks Policy Changes Among Local Officials

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Raising the Temperature: Assessing the Global State of Climate and Environmental Journalism

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EJN Hosts Editors’ Roundtables on Conservation Journalism in East Africa

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EJN Hosts Training-of-Trainers (ToT) Workshop on Inclusive Reporting on Green Growth in Nepal

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EJN Grantees in India and South Africa Report on Progress To Net Zero

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14 Communicators Selected to Participate in EJN’s Renewable Energy Workshop in Bihar, India

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A Brazilian State in the Amazon Faces Record Deforestation and Degradation Amid Dry Spell

Kendria Cavalcante
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Evaluating Carbon Credits in Thai Community Forests

Patchar Duangklad
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Philippines: Saving Sea Turtles One Tree at a Time

Karlston Lapniten
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Lichens on the Brink in Nepal

Nitu Ghale
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Sowing Seeds of Resilience in Indigenous Heirloom Rice in Malaysia

Liani MK
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Call for Applications

“Earth Shorts” on Climate Resilience: Training and Grant Opportunity for Social Media Content Producers in the Philippines

EJN is piloting a new initiative to support content producers to create engaging climate-related information on social media.
Read more about “Earth Shorts” on Climate Resilience: Training and Grant Opportunity for Social Media Content Producers in the Philippines
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Call for Applications

Fellowships for Journalists to Cover the UN Biodiversity Conference (UNCBD COP16) in Cali, Colombia

Selected applicants will attend the entire duration of the UN biodiversity negotiations, which will take place from October 21-November 1.
Read more about Fellowships for Journalists to Cover the UN Biodiversity Conference (UNCBD COP16) in Cali, Colombia
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Call for Applications

Communicators' Workshop on Renewable Energy in Coimbatore, India

Selected applicants will participate in an in-person workshop in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu from July ­­­­­­19-21, 2024.
Read more about Communicators' Workshop on Renewable Energy in Coimbatore, India

Reporters' Resources

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Forestry in Argentina
Tipsheet

Forests and Energy: A Guide to Reporting on Net Zero in Argentina

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Tipsheet

Covering Climate Finance for Coastal Resilience: A Guide for Journalists

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Tipsheet

Introduction to Net Zero in Argentina: A Guide for Journalists

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Online Courses

It's a Wash: Reporting on Greenwashing Microcourse

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Tipsheet

Financing India’s Transition to Net Zero: A Primer for Journalists

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Geojournalism Partners

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InfoAmazonia

An interactive media outlet that uses maps, data, and geo-localized reports to tell stories about the endangered Amazon region.
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The Third Pole

A multilingual platform (now a special project of Dialogue Earth) that promotes discussion and information on transboundary water issues across the Himalayan watershed.
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Oxpeckers

A media outlet that uses traditional investigative journalism and geomapping to expose eco-offenses and track organized criminal syndicates in Africa.
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Mekong Eye

Environmental news, analysis and opinion from the Mekong region.
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Special Reports

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It's a wash
12 articles

It's a Wash

A collaborative special report on greenwashing in Asia
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Blue economy
5 articles

Great Blue Hope, or Muddied Waters?

A collaborative reporting project on the blue economy in Belize
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More than meats the eye
17 articles

More than Meats the Eye

A collaborative reporting project on the impact of meat on animal, human and environmental health in Asia Pacific.
Read more about More than Meats the Eye

We are now a truly global network working with reporters and media outlets in virtually every region of the world.

Reporting on climate change and the environment is more urgent than ever, but the media faces mounting challenges in covering these topics. That’s where EJN comes in.

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