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The Earth Journalism Network is a global community, and we aspire to support journalists to cover the environment whenever and wherever we can. We have several projects that focus on global issues, such as climate change, biodiversity, and the oceans, as well as projects that are centered on spec

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This project aids journalists in monitoring and investigating illegal wildlife trafficking in Europe.
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Curates regional news & data and provides original content that examines and gives context to the Mekong region’s environmental and social challenges
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Communities that bear the brunt of climate change’s impact—particularly women, youth, and indigenous peoples— are not typically part of global conversations about the environment. Through the Human Dimensions of Climate Change project, EJN worked to amplify these voices in local and international

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The challenge of balancing human needs with environmental integrity is huge. The media has a role to play in raising awareness of these issues and enabling citizens, policymakers and private companies to debate and implement solutions. However, current media coverage of biodiversity and conservation
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The Third Pole data network is an open-source geospatial database -- simple, searchable catalog of water-related datasets sourced from leading organizations monitoring water in Asia.

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A media training for a select group of eight Chinese journalists at the 10th International Seafood Summit in Hong Kong in September 2012
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Thirty journalists that included fellows, editors, trainers and staff from 20 countries traveled to Rio de Janeiro to attend and cover the negotiations of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development.
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The Earth Journalism Scholars program is a collaboration between EJN and the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism that began in 2013 and is centered around an annual course for graduate students on international environmental reporting.
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The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) has been organizing Fellowships for developing country journalists to UNFCCC and other major events. The CCMP aims to improve media coverage of climate change, and therefore increase public engagement in the issue with a focus on developing countries and e
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