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.
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
Seeding Earth Journalism Projects Around the World: the Earth Journalism Network Grants Fund works to build the capacities of local environmental journalism networks and their members, respond to the communities’ needs, and launch innovating new forms of journalism.
The European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) has been controversial since its creation in 1983. Ostensibly designed to set sustainable quotas for the quantity and type of fish each European country can catch, it has been the subject of much criticism due to its apparent inability to effectivel