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Informal waste collectors illustration

Vietnam’s Waste Warriors: On the Front Lines of Climate Change

Trang Hong VU
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The Black Forest: Karen People's Fight for Indigenous Rights in Thailand

Yostorn Triyos
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A fisherman stands between long lines of tables with catches of fish laid out

Part 2: Fisherfolk Urged Not to Venture Into Philippines’ Manila Bay, Told It’s Dead

Krixia Subingsubing
Mariejo S. Ramos
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Fishermen encounter one of the massive vessels

Part 1: Seabed Quarrying ‘Crowding Us Out,’ Say Philippines’ Manila Bay Fisherfolk

Krixia Subingsubing
Mariejo S. Ramos
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A group of people sit in a circle on the floor on a red rug

48 Journalists Trained to Improve Reporting on Natural Resource Governance in the Mekong Region

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3 Journalists in Kenya, Liberia and Philippines Awarded Grants to Report on Coastal Resilience

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A hammerhead shark slaughtered for its fins.

Uncovering Indonesia's Illegal Shark Trade — Part 2: Regulators and Traders Play Cat-and-Mouse

M. Asad Asnawi
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Manila Bay sunset

Is Manila Bay Losing Its Marine Life Due to Land Reclamation?

Kenneth Roland A. Guda
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a group of people surround a pile of shark fins.

Uncovering Indonesia's Illegal Shark Trade — Part 1: Tracing Shark Fins from Papua to Java and on to China

M. Asad Asnawi
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38 Journalists in the Philippines Selected for EJN and Thibi’s Environmental Data Journalism Academy

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A landfill located in Penang, Malaysia

Turning Landfill Waste To Energy—What Can Malaysia Learn from Sweden's Success Story?

Soon Li Wei
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Protests continue against the hydropower gravity dam to be constructed on the Salween River in Karen state, Myanmar. The dam is expected to produce 1,100 to 1,500 megawatts of power, the majority of which will be sent to Thailand. / Credit: International Rivers via Flickr.

25 Fellows Selected for Our Mekong, Our Say Training on Video Storytelling

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Nguyễn Thị Nga is among many in An Giang Province who have been struggling with the decline in fish catch / Credit: Vân Nguyễn.

First Phase of EJN Project to Support Journalists to Report on Mekong Water Governance Through a Gender Lens Draws to a Close

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Jakarta’s Shift to Electric Vehicles: When Will Residents Make the Change?

Anastasia Ika
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Windmills dot a cloudy landscape

Vietnam’s Wind Power Push Comes With Environmental Risks

Le Quynh
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Network of Environmental Journalists Gather for National Conference in Indonesia

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Powering the Mekong: Does "Clean Energy" Mean More Dams?

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EJN and Climate Tracker Masterclass Yields 33 Stories From Southeast Asia

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two men freediving with fins and snorkel masks in a marine protected area, conducting tests

How Communities in the Philippines Are Keeping the High Seas Intact

Susan Claire Agbayani
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Kilos Kababaihan president Sophia Flores (extreme left, in blue dress) is a trained guard or enforcer of the marine protected area between Calibangbangan and Takling in Linapacan, Palawan.

Indigenous Women Protect Migratory Marine Species in the Calamianes Islands, Philippines

Susan Claire Agbayani
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Southeast Asia

Reporting on Vietnam’s Pathways to Net Zero

a field of solar panels with mountains in the background
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A collage depicting informal waste collectors in Vietnam

Meet Vietnam's Waste Warriors

Trang Hong VU
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Southeast Asia

Our Mekong, Our Say

a dam on a river
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orangutan on tree

COP15: UN Biodiversity Summit Kicks Off in Montreal

Soon Li Wei
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men on two-wheelers in traffic, some of them masked

Twelve Journalists Awarded EJN Story Grants to Report on Air Pollution in Jakarta, Indonesia

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hands freeing a bat from a net

EJN Media Grantee Encourages Reporting on Indonesia’s Non-Charismatic Species

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women seated on the floor

EJN’s First Rumor Tracking Activity Counters Misinformation about Air Pollution in Indonesia and India

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women waste pickers on the street

Philippines’ Rappler Completes Special Project on the Environment, Elections and Plastic Pollution with EJN Support

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illustration of dollar notes with wind turbines on them

Experts Urge Awareness of Debt Trap as Indonesia Eyes Funding for Energy Transition

Rezza Aji Pratama
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Indonesia to Receive Largest Amount of GEF's Climate Finance Funds

Rezza Aji Pratama
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How The Alliance of Forest Lords Will Shape Global Carbon Markets

Rezza Aji Pratama
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A group of people stand by a vehicle

New World Bank Report Warns of Climate Inaction in the Philippines

Imelda Abano
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