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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
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EJN organized a fellowship programs for 10 Chinese journalists to attend Global Ocean Commission meetings This program is aimed at working with journalists who want to improve their coverage of ocean and fisheries issues. Journalists were introduced the the major issues and terminology about ocean
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Throughout 2013, 48 young journalists from Africa, Asia, Europe and South America were trained, 12 at a time, on the best practice provided by the Brazilian association “O Eco” in mapping deforestation in the Amazon basin through the use of tools such as: Google Maps, Google Earth, Google Fusion Tab
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The 15-member EJN delegation joined policy leaders and climate experts from around the world for a three-day discussion on adapting to climate change impacts in the wake of the historic agreement reached in Paris.
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Produces stories on major environmental crises in the Pacific to help local communities adapt and explore ways to deal with environmental change.
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Some of the developing world’s most experienced reporters on climate change are now working as mentors to junior reporters, to advance the quality of climate change reporting and amplify the voices of those most affected.
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This three-year project focuses on boosting climate justice and resilience in the Bay of Bengal region through the support of the Climate Justice Resilience Fund. Launched by EJN in 2018, the project is now working with journalists, educators and civil society actors to produce and distribute reliab
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Reveals the impacts of environmental change on human lives and ecosystems in Central Africa through mapping and data visualizations.
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Ocean Reporting Workshop for Latin American Journalists
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The goal of this project was to explore the economic and social consequences of overfishing on coastal communities in West Africa, through stories and investigations. We selected the West Africa region because it is widely recognized as having some of the highest instances of illegal, unreported

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The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) Asia Pacific project aims to boost the quantity and quality of environmental coverage in the region, which in turn contributes to increasing the capacity among local and regional actors to promote greater accountability and sustainable development in relation to th
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Uses data, geo-mapping and traditional reporting to expose eco-offenses and track those looting Africa of its natural wealth
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