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File Troff document DustDuino Learning Report

A project history of a networked sensor pilot for improving understanding about the air we breathe. Supported by Feedback Labs

File Climate Change Coverage by the Vietnamese Media: Four-Year Trends 2006 - 2009

This four-year (2006-2009) study of climate change coverage by the Vietnamese media has been carried out by a research team of the Institute of Health, Environment and Development in Hanoi, Vietnam in collaboration with the Vietnam Forum of Environmental Journalists (VFEJ) and Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN), and funded by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation and the Germeshausen Foundation.

File chemical/x-pdb Climate Change Coverage by the Vietnamese Media: 2007 Baseline Assessment

This study is being carried out by a research team of the Institute of Health, Environment and Development in Hanoi, Vietnam in collaboration with the Vietnam Forum of Environmental Journalists (VFEJ) and Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN), and funded by the British Embassy to examine coverage of Vietnam mass media on climate change. After combing through the output of 5 of Vietnam’s representative newspapers published in September and October of 2007, the study found there were 24 print articles on climate change during the two-month period, which means on average each newspaper produces 2-3 articles per month on the subject.