Covering local stories of environmental change requires an understanding of global processes. To address this challenge, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is launching OpenEarth.net to provide the first global GeoJournalism interface focused on surfacing patterns uncovered by local journalis
As part of the InfoCongo initiative, we are offering story support to help journalists to create in-depth local reporting about the region. This support goes to reporters based in Congo Basin countries as well as professionals from other nationalities interested or already working in the region.
Mekong Matters Journalism Network supports regional environmental journalism. The Network is supported by the USAID/RDMA-funded Mekong Partnership for the Environment. EJN is a key consortium member of MPE, which advances multi-stakeholder dialogues in Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI) partner countries
CartoChaco is the GeoJournalism and data hub about the critical and endangered Gran Chaco region. A woodland area of Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Brazil where agricultural expansion and cattle ranching have pushed this region to the brink of an ecological collapse.
Internews' Earth Journalism Network is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 biodiversity story grants, which is being made available through EJN's Biodiversity Media Initiative in partnership with the Arcadia Fund. A international team of judges selected the proposals of six journalists from
Environmental journalists attend trainings on energy and climate change during African Development Bank's Annual Meetings
Eleven journalists from nine countries of Africa participated in a five-day training program in Lusaka, Zambia, promoted by Internews' Earth Journalism Network in partnership with the African Development Bank. The training sessions, held from May 22-25, deepened understanding of the issues Africa fa
Mobile Journalism workshop for Environmental Reporting - students of the University of South pacific
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) and the University of South Pacific (USP) jointly organised a workshop on 23rd July in Suva, Fiji on Environmental Reporting for journalism students of USP.
Our partner Fundasaun Media Development Centre (FMDC), in Timor-Leste, has completed their first of a series of workshops, covering basic environmental reporting and several key environmental issues including waste management, biodiversity, and natural disaster risk management.
As part of activities to mark the first ever Illegal Unregulated and Unreported (IUU) fishing day on June 5th and World Oceans (June 8th), EJN’s new partner organization in Ghana, the Journalists for Responsible Fisheries and Environment, organized a set of press trips in the country’s main fish lan
Following the publication of a series of influential reports on the status of the Koshi Basin, GeoJournalism project manager and TheThirdPole.net editor Ramesh Bhushal has been named as an expert member of Nepal’s Environment Protection Council headed by the country’s Prime Minister. The Council, fo