Climate change is not just an environmental issue, but also an economic and social justice one, making it fertile ground in which investigative journalism can flourish.
Earth Journalism Network Training of Trainers Explores Climate and Data Journalism, Eco-Tourism and Safety Challenges
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) held its annual Training of Trainers (ToT) at the end of March in Palawan, the Philippines, bringing together more than 30 participants, including staff, media grantees and partners.
Visakhapatnam, India – With record high temperatures forecast across South Asia and exacerbated by the impacts of climate change and (this year) El Niño, the impact on vulnerable communities living along the Bay of Bengal are predicted to be more severe than ever.
What problems currently impact the food production? How can agricultural activities result in lower greenhouse gas emissions while also being productive enough to feed a growing global population?
There was an air of uncertainty at COP24, the United Nations climate change summit where representatives of nearly 200 countries gathered to determine how they would deliver on commitments to curb global warming, as promised in the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement.
Yes, the news on climate change is bad. That’s why we need more of it.
It was dubbed a climate event unlike any other: a chance for local government leaders and businesses to come together and commit to greater efforts to curb climate change.