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Charley Piringi
Solomon Islands

I am a multimedia journalist with the Solomon Islands National Broadcaster (SIBC). I have also been working with the print media for the past four years.  Naturally, I am a reader, but as time goes by, I slowly realized that I am a writer as well. I studied journalism at the college level and received a distinction as journalism student of the year in 2012.

At university, I did my first documentary on climate change, "The Tide of Change." I also continued reporting for the Solomon Star Newspaper (https://www.solomonstarnews.com/), which is where most of my environmental stories can be found. 

After university, I joined SIBC Online News (https://www.sibconline.com.sb/) and was tasked with starting up our television station.

Through my Fellowship with the Earth Journalism Network, I published a 30-minute documentary, "Our Last Soil Pockets," on controversial mining operations in the Solomons.

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