In early September 2012, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) brought eight Chinese journalists to the Seafood Summit in Hong Kong, where they received training from journalists and seafood experts, embarked on an intensive three-day field trip in southern China, and filed stories to their home media organizations. Read more »
With overfishing a major problem around the world, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) in recent months has carried out a series of activities in both Asia and Europe to work with journalists on improving their coverage of sustainable fisheries issues and ocean health. Read more »
Tough questions and stone-faced rebuttals from authorities don’t deter Wang Jing, a young journalist at China’s New Century magazine. "I feel I am a representative of the public,” said Jing, explaining her recent persistent enquiries of Thai officials. “If I must, I can apologize in private for aggressive questioning." Read more »
Ms. Cui Zheng, 27, is a reporter with Caixin Media, arguably one of the best newsmakers in China. She covers news related to environment, technology, energy, and food safety and publishes instant news and feature stories on caixin.com, and a magazine, Caixin Century Weekly. Prior to her position in Caixin, she worked as a news assistant with The Guardian. Read more »
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 »
thethirdpole.net, a project of chinadialogue.net, today launches a new, standalone platform that will showcase its unique blend of reportage, discussion and analysis of climate impacts and environmental change in the river systems and watersheds of the Himalayas. Read more »
WEST KALIMANTAN PROVINCE, INDONESIA—Alim, the chief of news for Ruai TV, remembers when the area didn’t have a privately operated station to serve as a voice for the province’s indigenous people; it didn’t have the infrastructure to support one. Read more »
On April 26, the Woodrow Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum, Environmental Change and Security Program, and Asia Program hosted a panel on environmental journalism in Asia, in collaboration with Internews’ Earth Journalism Network.