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A quarter of the world’s population resides around the Bay of Bengal, a region on the very frontlines of the climate crisis. For local communities, devastating cyclones and floods are a way of life, even as sea levels continue to rise and previously fertile delta soils turn saline. 

Located in: Project Update

Home to roughly 1.4 billion people, the Bay of Bengal region is one of the most vulnerable regions to the impacts of climate change: Sea level rise, storms, cyclones, drought, erosion, landslides, flooding and salinization are already displacing large numbers of people.  

Located in: Project Update

In 2021, Claves21, an Argentinian network of environmental reporters, and Latin Clima, a Costa Rican media outlet, both noticed a knowledge gap in their regions when it came to podcasting.  

With the support of EJN, Latin Clima and Claves21 decided to collaborate to increase the quality o

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In July 2021, South Africa was rocked by widespread looting and violence following the incarceration of the country’s former president Jacob Zuma.

With the media engrossed in analyzing the political chaos, environmental reporting fell off the national news agenda. Except for one story: A

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An in-depth discussion focused on the high seas: their importance and connection to climate change, biodiversity and other global issues; the threats they face; and ongoing efforts to protect and manage these areas, such as the UN’s efforts to negotiate the Marine Biodiversity of Areas Beyond Nat

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Much of the protocols being used today by the Karnataka Health Department to tackle the Kyasanur Forest Disease (KFD), or Monkey Fever, stemmed from research done by entomologist Dr Rajagopalan and his team of scientists nearly 50 years ago.
Located in: Stories

Rathnamma (44) and Harshita (31), both Community Health Officers in the hilly Kargal region of

Located in: Stories
Whether or not a strain of an avian influenza (AI) can potentially spread and become a pandemic like the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), measuring the pandemic potential of such viruses is not straightforward.
Located in: Stories
A podcast on street dogs and India’s struggles with rabies elimination.
Located in: Stories
Although solar street lights have changed life for women in the high altitudes of Tehri, the Indian government is far behind on its renewable energy targets.
Located in: Stories
In September 2020, Uttarakhand started a scheme to counter rising unemployment during the pandemic by distributing income-generating small solar plants to 10,000 individuals by the end of March 2022. However, by August 31, 2021, it had received only 1,242 applications.
Located in: Stories

In a three-part investigative series, Supriya Vohra takes a closer look at how the fortunes of India’s small-scale fishers have declined – and who is responsible.

Located in: Stories

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