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Leptospirosis, a zoonotic disease, has been a continual problem for rural communities in Fiji - often with fatal consequences.

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Solid waste has become a critical issue in the Solomon Islands, with poor legal enforcement and other challenges. Journalist Ben Bilua investigates the problem and its potential solutions.
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News headlines worldwide have been dominated by Covid-19 and monkeypox, yet other virus outbreaks are also occurring. In Africa, one such virus that has caused serious illness and death is Lassa fever, and in Asia, Nipah virus has caused both deaths and widespread panic in local communities. Both

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Through our Ocean Media Initiative, EJN seeks to increase the quality and quantity of ocean-related stories in the media and build journalists’ capacity to report on ocean-related topics. For many journalists, the high seas – the 2/3 of the world’s ocean beyond national jurisdiction – is often un

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Fiji has yet to formalize the One Health concept, which could help streamline the country’s work in identifying and understanding the links between public, animal, and environmental health.

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Around the world, communities facing the impacts of climate change have been displaced from their homes or forced to migrate due to extreme weather changes, rising sea levels and threatened food security. 20 million people per year on average have been displaced by extreme weather events since 20

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Grants will support the production of in-depth stories on environmental and climate injustice.
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Penang, Malaysia is mandating its farms modernize or shut down. But pig farms might not be the only, or main polluters along the whole river. Will this mandate bring relief to the ecosystem and impacted communities?
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The Earth Journalism Network (EJN), a project of Internews, and the Stanley Center for Peace and Security are pleased to announce that 20 journalists from low- and middle-income countries have been awarded fellowships to cover the 27th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27) as part o

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Sereseini Naso and the village women of Yaro and Solevu on Malolo Island can always count on the

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EJN is offering reporting grants to journalists in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda to support media coverage of biodiversity issues.

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