EJN invites environmental, conservation or science-based journalism organizations and associations in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania to apply for grants to work with African journalists to improve and increase wildlife and conservation coverage in the media.
Funding is available to support media and other information-generating organizations grow, expand and improve news coverage of climate change, the environment and natural resource issues along the Bay of Bengal coast in Bangladesh and India. Deadline: Oct
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is seeking journalists to join a five-day media workshop in Mombasa, Kenya, focused on solutions to combat the illegal wildlife trade and conservation of flora and fauna.
Is your organization working to improve environmental reporting? Do you have a unique or creative idea to help people understand climate change and other environmental issues? This is your chance to win a grant and be part of the solution.
Internews' Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is offering grants to journalists in Mexico and Central America to support high-quality reporting on environmental issues related to the Mesoamerican Reef, an expansive reef system increasingly vulnerable to clima
Resource Watch and Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) are conducting a workshop in Jakarta in late August for journalists to learn how to discover, use and visualize open data in their environmental reporting.