Despite bearing the least responsibility for the conditions accelerating climate change, vulnerable and under-represented populations—in particular women, youth, and indigenous communities—often face a serious information gap when it comes to solutions-based information on how to adapt to climate ch
Residents and researchers are not the only people who suffer due to lack of data sharing. Journalists suffer, too. The Third Pole's Koshi basin series provided a lot of data that helped other reporters to understand issues in detail. Abdullah Miya, senior reporter at Kantipur daily – Nepal’s largest
A few hours drive from Fiji’s capital of Suva, Daku is a low-lying coastal village that is experiencing the impact of sea level rise. In an interview broadcast nationally by FijiTV One, community leaders from Daku explained how climate change is impacting their lives. “People ask us if we will raise
Fifteen journalists from around the world reported from the United Nations climate negotiations (COP22) in Marrakech, Morocco as part of the Earth Journalism Network’s long-standing Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) program. During the one-week fellowship, these journalists produced over 90 s
Ten journalists from around the world reported on the 13th Conference of the Parties (COP13) to the UN Convention of Biological Diversity through the Internews Earth Journalism Network’s (EJN) latest Fellowship program. Reporting for a variety of outlets — from financial newspapers to indigenous peo
We are pleased to announce the winners of our fellowships to the 2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress, which we are making available through our Biodiversity Media Initiative in partnership with the Arcadia Fund and the Full Circle Fund of RSF Social Finance. The IUCN World Conservation Congress is
The 20 Climate Change Media Partnership Fellows who attended the Global Climate Action Summit in September have produced dozens of stories and are now gearing up to cover the United Nations 24th Conference of Parties convention to be held in Poland in December.
EJN held a media training workshop in Senegal in early October so reporters from four coastal fishing towns could gather content for stories on IUU fishing in harbors, landing spots and other environments that are difficult for them to access. Part of EJN’s West Africa Fisheries Journalism project,
At the onset of 2018, EJN is excited to announce the eight winners of our Biodiversity Story Grants, the seven winners of the West African Fisheries Journalism Project story grants and the three organizations which have received Biodiversity Media Grants.
Claves21, a network of Latin American reporters, hosted its first online climate change course for journalists and journalism students and is currently in the process of hosting its second one. Through these courses, the network has reached more than 1,500 people from more than 30 countries in the r
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network aims to address gaps in biodiversity media capacity with a new project, the Biodiversity Media Initiative, funded by the Arcadia Fund, that will offer journalists three opportunities each year for the next three years.