Grants will support the production of in-depth stories that expose the scale of unsustainable marine management, biodiversity loss and illegal fishing in the Med.
L’Initiative méditerranéenne des médias de l’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) offre des subventions aux journalistes des pays du pourtour méditerranéen souhaitant réaliser des reportages approfondis sur l'ampleur de la gestion marine non durable, de la perte de biodiversité et de la pêche illégale.
A tipsheet for journalists to improve their understanding of an under-reported — and growing — global public health threat.
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Over the last year, energy insecurity has been a major challenge for Mekong countries, and analysts have predicted the energy crisis will continue to hit developing countries in 2023. But it could also open a window of opportunity to accelerate their energy transition and search for renewables. B
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Selected applicants will participate in an in-person workshop scheduled for May 8-10, 2023, and will have the opportunity to pitch story ideas for a reporting grant.
Selected applicants will participate in online or in-person training in June, and are eligible for story grants. Apply in English, Thai or Burmese.
Earth Journalism Network has launched a new fellowship to examine the effectiveness of the CITES system, which regulates the legal trade of wild plants and animals.
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