• All the news that's fit to migrate

    devex: Do Good, Do It Well
    Monday, December 7, 2015

    (Internews' project providing information to refugees on Lesbos is covered in this article from Devex.)

    When refugees arrive on the Greek island of Lesbos, they board buses bound for their next destination. Speakers blaring overhead tell them what will happen next. They learn how to get a ticket for the ferry, where to sleep, what questions to expect.

  • A More Vulnerable World

    Friday, December 4, 2015

    During the Paris Climate Talks (COP21), Internews' Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is posting a series of stories about climate’s impact on people called A More Vulnerable World

    From declining caribou herds in the Arctic north to water shortages in Nepal, Colombia, China and the Middle East to floods in South Asia, climate change is having a dramatic effect on the world's most vulnerable populations.

    The stories and videos from A More Vulnerable World focus on the efforts of local communities to control and retain their way of life.

  • Southern Africa in a “Climate Horror”

    Thursday, December 3, 2015

    Veteran environmental journalist Fiona Macleod is attending the Paris Climate Talks with Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) as a senior journalism mentor.

    Macleod says people in rural parts of Southern Africa are living in a “climate horror,” with women being hit hardest. With drought affecting large swathes of the region, she says data plays a hugely important role in helping journalists tell the stories of those who are most vulnerable. 

    Read a profile of Fiona Macleod

  • Southern Africa in a “Climate Horror”

    Wednesday, December 2, 2015

    (This story was originally posted on Medium.)

    As the crucial COP21 climate talks get underway in Paris, veteran environmental journalist Fiona Macleod says people in rural parts of Southern Africa are living in a “climate horror,” with women being hit hardest. With drought affecting large swathes of the region, she says data plays a hugely important role in helping journalists tell the stories of those who are most vulnerable.

  • The Gift of Information

    Tuesday, December 1, 2015

    Imagine trying to move your family out of danger, without information. Without knowing where you’ll be safe, how to get there, or who can help.

    It’s #GivingTuesday – and we ask you to join us in recognizing this day by making a contribution to Internews. A contribution of any amount will help those who are displaced by conflict and violence connect with the information they need to survive. 

  • Climate Change through the Eyes of Women

    Monday, November 30, 2015
    Stella Paul, an environmental journalist from India, is part of a contingent of 40 journalists, journalism fellows and senior journalism mentors from around the world attending the Paris Climate Talks with Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN).
     
  • Future Oceans: Change under Waves

    Monday, November 23, 2015

    Go to the stories on Future Oceans

    The oceans are currently in the midst of a massive ecological and economic shift. Technologies ranging from remote sensing to deep water drilling to ocean-going robots to enormous freezer ships are enabling humans to explore and exploit the oceans at an unprecedented scale in novel ways. We may thus be on the threshold of profound changes in our ability to manage and regulate the seas.