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
The Internews Earth Journalism Network’s (EJN) Biodiversity Media Initiative has given out a series of new grants to both organizations and individual journalists, and selected a new round of journalist Fellows to attend this year’s 28th International Congress for Conservation Biology. Now in its s
The World Resource Institute in Indonesia and the Society of Indonesian Environmental Journalists co-hosted a press briefing and discussion on Nov. 14 to highlight and increase understanding of the issues that will be discussed at the next Conference of the Parties to be held in Katowice, Poland, in
Climate change can be a challenging story to tell because of its complexity. To journalists covering climate-related topics, the bigger task is producing stories that would shape appropriate climate adaptation policies and strategies, as well as generate public attention, debate and action.
The theme for this year’s World Environment Month (June) is “Beat plastic pollution.” Thus, the Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) in partnership with the Philippine Network of Environmental Journalists (PNEJ) conducted a workshop with a field trip on June 23-24 in Manila for 16 journalists f
A three-day Earth Journalism Network (EJN) training attended by journalists from some of Suriname’s most important media outlets highlighted critical coverage gaps on issues of climate change and coastal management by local press.
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) organized a Fellowship program that took ten journalists from around the world to report on conference.
Journalists from Latin America and the United States joined a climate journalism workshop last month in Costa Rica, where they learned about the country’s efforts to transition to a low carbon economy.
Journalist Iván Carrillo Pérez has won the prestigious CONACYT Award for Science, Technology and Innovation Journalism for his piece Axolotl: A God in Danger of Extinction for National Geographic Magazine Latin America. The award, presented each year by the National Council for Science and Technolog
The MakeSense project began in early 2014 with a proposal to the Feedback Labs experiment fund, seeking to test the following hypothesis: Citizen-led sensor monitoring of environmental factors will strengthen feedback loops by providing structured, accurate, and reliable data to compare against gove
The Earth Journalism Network's Climate Journalism Mentors Program commenced in June 2015 with the aim of increasing the capacity of journalists in the country to report on the challenges of covering climate change. The program not only provided a comprehensive overview into the science behind climat
In a time of great uncertainty over the future of global climate action, the Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP), led by Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN), will bring 14 journalists from around the world to report directly from the upcoming climate talks. This year’s Fellowship group rep