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EJN audience stats Nov 2019 2 The Earth Journalism Network is home to a professional community of environment

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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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Your donation empowers and enables journalists from developing countries to cover the environment more effectively in their local communities

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Linda Cook headshotLinda Cook, Business Manager - Global Initiatives

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Environment and climate change reporting is now more important than ever, but the media faces continuing challenges in covering these topics, given shrinking newsrooms, threats to reporters and limited resources, to name a few. That’s where EJN comes in.

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The activities of the Earth Journalism Network have been funded by:

    Adessium Foundation

    Alumni Fund of Philanthropy Workshop West at Tides Foundation and numerous individual donors

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Hunted for its scales and meat, the pangolin, or scaly anteater, is threatened across Asia and Africa by a massive trade in animal parts that is supplying the appetite for traditional medicine, among other uses. The increase in the number of pangolins trafficked globally over the past decade has

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China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is an ambitious push to better connect China with the world through the build out of infrastructure -- such as roads, rail lines and shipping routes to facilitate trade -- as well as energy development in the form of pipelines and power plants. More recently

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