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An open landscape with dry earth and a solitary tree

Part One: No Clarity on Deaths of Upington Farmworkers Who Died During the January Heatwave

Suzanne
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A farmer inspects the quality of his soil

Regenerative Agriculture: A Future For Many Farmers In Africa

Bongani Siziba
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A group of women in brightly coloured traditional dresses

Indigenous Women's Group Addresses Food Insecurity While Preserving Traditional Foods in Kibera, Africa’s Largest Slum

Diana Taremwa Karakire
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Atlantis Community's Informal Settlement

Part Two: Zero Interest in Net Zero, Atlantis Community Members Say

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the mombasa coast line

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

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cracked earth

The State of Climate Mis/Disinformation in East Africa

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a southern white rhino grazing

EJN-Supported Story Sparks Community Debate on Conservation — Hastening Reintroduction of White Rhinos in Ajai Wildlife Reserve, Uganda

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The Ankerlig coal-powered Eskom station in Atlantis

Part One: Solar Plant Outside Cape Town is One Step Toward Carbon Reduction Goals, Says City

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solar panels in a field

Access to Low-Cost Capital Would Accelerate South Africa’s Renewables Investments

Sakhile Dube
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A landscape view of grassland with a few trees.

Decades After Mining Ceased, Communities in Plateau State, Nigeria, Still Suffer Environmental Impacts—Part 1

Justice Nwafor
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smokestacks at Komati, an aerial view

Eskom: Journey to a Just Transition

Govan Whittles
Nic Andersen
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Workers digging up the ground at a mining site

How Poor Regulation of Artisanal Mining Impacts Health of Indigenous Communities in Jos, Nigeria—Part Two

Justice Nwafor
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Grootvlei Power Station

People Fear the Future if Grootvlei Power Station in South Africa Closes

Mandisa Nyathi
Lesego Chepape
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Lines of collected duff coal

Outside of Tsakane, South Africa, People Collect Coal Dust to Cook and Stay Warm

Kimberly Mutandiro
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A woman stands next to the ruins of her former home after a flood.

EJN Media Grantee Investigates Coastal Resilience Following South Africa’s Deadly Storm

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Middle East and North Africa Sub-Saharan Africa

Studying Climate Misinformation in East Africa and MENA

Bags of charcoal on the side of the road
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A farmer showing a sample of his soil

Climate Change: The Power Of Regenerative Agriculture In A Net Zero World

Bongani Siziba
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Eskom power station in the distance in South Africa

This is How Carbon Policies Can Prevent Food Insecurity in South Africa

Lindi Botha
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A field of tea leaves and solar panels with buildings and tall trees behind them

How Kenyan Tea Factories Are Chasing the Green-Economy Strategy

Arnold Ageta
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The city of Johannesburg

Climate Change: Mapping the Journey to Carbon Net Zero in South Africa

Bongani Siziba
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Smoke emanating from a factory on a clear blue day

Climate Change Economic Impacts: Africa Faces Hurdles Over Net Zero Emissions Target

Bongani Siziba
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Plastic pollution as people swim in the Blue Nile

Indigenous People with a Lake and a River are Still Thirsty in Ethiopia's Bahir Dar City

Ayele Addis Ambelu
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journalists bearing certificates after the workshop

EJN Workshop Trains 30 Journalists to Report on Air Pollution in Nairobi, Kenya 

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In Sierra Leone, decontamination teams don safety suits before entering homes struck by Ebola in 2015 / Credit: Corporal Paul Shaw/MOD via Flickr.

EJN Awards 3 Grants to Organizations in Sierra Leone, Côte d'Ivoire and Bangladesh to Improve Coverage of Zoonotic Diseases

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buildings stacked up next to each other on a hillside, colorful clothing hanging out the windows, trash on the ground

Reporting on Coastal Resilience: A Resource Guide for African Journalists

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Journalists gather in front of Mau Mau Caves in Karura Forest, Nairobi

Finding the Indigenous Voice in Environmental Journalism: Lessons from Nairobi, Kenya

Paul Matangcas
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A coal exploration exercise featuring heavy machinery in Zimbabwe

Indigenous Communities at Risk of Displacement in Zimbabwe

Calvin Manika
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David Nduwe, a park guide at the Nyungwe National Park briefing Rwandan editors before the canopy walk and the nocturnal animal trek at the Nyungwe Forest.

76 Editors in East Africa Receive Biodiversity Training From EJN-Supported Journalists’ Associations

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Journalists covered their faces as they walked around the Eastern Coalfield Limited (ECL) coal mine in West Bengal while participating in EJN’s media workshop.

EJN Awards 20 Grants to Journalists Reporting on Net Zero in South Africa and India

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two people on a boat next to a mangrove tree

How Do Mangroves Provide Coastal Resilience in the Global South?

Julián Reingold
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Two workers walk alongside the vegetable garden growing at the Homestead Diamonds mine in the Free State province, South Africa

Mining in South Africa Looks to Solar, AI and Chickens to Go Green

Kim Harrisberg
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Many residencies with a polluting mine in the background

Community Participation Controversy Rocks African Mining Indaba in South Africa

Dianah
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