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The ecosystems of the Mekong region are on the verge of irreversible collapse due to the cumulative effects of climate change, hundreds of upstream dams and hydropower projects on the river, and the unsustainable extraction of natural resources.  

This will affect around 70 million people

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Grants will support the production of in-depth reports on India’s progress towards a Net Zero economy through a Just Energy Transition.
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Grants will support the production of in-depth stories on South Africa’s road to Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions.
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Grants will support the production of in-depth stories on the sources and impacts of different forms of marine pollution and solutions to curb them.
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Palau's National Marine Sanctuary is one of the most ambitious ocean protection programs in the world. With Covid-19 decimating the island's tourism industry, the fate of the reserve remains uncertain.
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Food security, livelihoods and ocean biodiversity are intertwined on Aitutaki, part of the Cook Islands.
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In Papua New Guinea's Tsoi island group, communities are working in partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society to protect their marine resources, reports journalist Roline Likas.
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Brunswick County, North Carolina is a microcosm of the ways historically Black coastal communities are being displaced by a combination of climate-related events, land loss and unaffordability. Melba Newsome reports.
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In part three of the series, Justice Nwafor reports how indigenous island communities in Nigeria's Akwa Ibom State are losing their land, culture and means of livelihood to sea level rise and river bank erosion.
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At the start of this year, six journalists from Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and South America began work on in-depth, ambitious stories to highlight previously untold threats to global biodiversity – and to explore new conservation solutions. 

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Late last year, nine journalists representing seven Indigenous groups from around the world were selected to participate in a three-day media workshop that will take place in Nairobi, Kenya at the end of February 2023.  

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As countries make ambitious pledges to reach net zero in the next few decades, robust media coverage of government’s actions to achieve their climate goals will be key.  

How quickly are countries like India and South Africa shifting away from fossil fuels? To what extent are they expandi

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