Join In: Reporting on Climate, Food Safety, Security and Sustainability
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is proud to announce the 2nd Climate Communications Day will take place at the UNFCCC Climate Change Summit in Qatar. Sign up now to participate, and donate to support a journalist covering the climate negotiations. Have a project or idea to support greater environmental coverage? Apply now to our EJN Grants Fund.
Then read about an example of a grant in action – the Moscow Times’ new Green on Green site – and catch up with current and upcoming conferences where Journalism Fellows are focusing on food safety, security, sovereignty and sustainability.
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) will host the 2nd Climate Communications Day at this year’s UNFCCC Climate Change Summit in Doha, Qatar. This year we will specifically examine how to use new approaches to communicate climate change issues to both new and existing audiences. Read more>>
The Earth Journalism Network Grants Fund is seeking to invest in strategic opportunities for media development, build the capacities of local environmental journalism networks and their members, and respond to their communities’ needs.
EJN grants are predominantly focused on the developing world but are open to proposals from anywhere. Projects aimed at building networks of environmental journalists (whether these are existing networks or prospective networks) are especially encouraged to apply. Projects that use innovative methods to build networks or distribute environmental news will also be favorably viewed. Read More >>
The Moscow Times, in cooperation with Vedomosti has launched expanded bi-lingual environmental coverage through a new web site, Green on Green. With support from the Internews Earth Journalism Network (EJN), the site is an effort to raise consciousness about the enormous ecological and environmental challenges Russia is facing, actions being taken to both improve and exacerbate the situation, and the players involved. Read More >>
Eight Journalists Cover IUCN World Conservation Congress
Eight journalists from eight different countries are attending the IUCN World Conservation Congress being held in Jeju, Korea in early September, 2012 as part of an EJN Fellowship program. Meet the Fellows. Read More >>
Chinese Journalists Focus on Oceans and Fisheries
Eight journalists from the People's Republic of China will attend the 10th Annual Seafood Summit in Hong Kong as part of an Earth Journalism Network fellowship program taking place in early September. Meet the Fellows. Read More >>
Two European Conferences Examine Fisheries Policy
More than 30 journalists from France and Germany will have a rare opportunity this month and next to learn about, debate, and report on fisheries issues at two upcoming conferences being organized by Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN), and journalists from the EC are also eligible for reporting grants to cover these topics. Read More >>
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