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When the Covid-19 pandemic hit full swing in March, we reached out to our partners and Fellows to learn how they were being impacted and how they were responding.
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Who qualifies for this Fellowship?  

We are looking for applicants with 2 to 3 years of experience in journalism based in the Mekong Basin region, meaning Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. We prefer applicants that have an interest in reporting on environmental issues in the

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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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In early 2019, South Africa-based Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism launched #WildEye, a digital GeoJournalism tool that collects and shares data on legal interventions against wildlife trafficking in Europe. In May 2020, with global attention focused on the wildlife trade as a res

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Climate change is altering the ecosystems we rely on to keep us healthy and nourished. Warming seas, for instance, kill off huge numbers of fish that feed – and provide jobs – to tens of millions of people. This warming also leeches seas and oceans of the vitamins and minerals humans and animals

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Scientists are examining why floating belts of macro-algae known as sargassum have exploded in the Atlantic over the past decade, swamping beaches with a “brown tide” and greatly altering coastal ecosystems in the Caribbean. The growing discharge of pollutants from the Amazon River is now believe

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This webinar explores threats posed by human-wildlife interactions and how environmental disruption is heightening our risk of pandemics like the one we’re currently facing. How can we be more aware of the source of these diseases? How can we work to prevent such outbreaks from occurring in the f

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Internews' Global Health Media Advisor Ida Jooste and Snehasis Sur, a senior television journalist, media trainer and president of the Press Club, Kolkata, provide practical advice for how journalists, particularly in audio-visual media, can protect themselves while covering the coronavirus pande

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A team of researchers from the USAID PREDICT and PREEMPT projects discuss their work in Asia and Africa to strengthen surveillance and virus detection in animal and human populations considered most at-risk for disease emergence and to identify strategies and countermeasures for disease preventio

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Human-wildlife interactions pose a clear risk for the spread of zoonotic diseases, which are transmitted between animals and humans. While the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus driving the current pandemic have yet to be identified, the wildlife trade does heighten the threat of such outbreaks. In

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The COVID-19 pandemic has cast a spotlight on the wildlife trade and its role in the transmission of viruses from animals to humans. In this webinar, journalists Trang Bui in Vietnam and Xu Jiaming in China share insights and tips on how to gather and analyze data drawn from court documents and l

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