Why does Climate Change reporting matter for Pacific Island journalists?
Climate change can be a challenging story to tell because of its complexity.
In Central Asia, as in other parts of the world, “fake news” and propaganda are becoming more prevalent and citizens are starting to understand that they need to take measures to combat the onslaught.
The grants will support production of in-depth stories on climate and environmental change which aim to improve the quantity, quality and access to information by groups that are most vulnerable to impacts, especially women and youth.
The Global Environment Facility (GEF) is the premier international environmental donor, providing nearly $18 billion in grants and mobilizing an additional $93 billion in co-financing for environmental projects in 170 countries since it was set up at the Earth Summit in 1992.
As part of activities to mark the first ever Illegal Unregulated and Unreported (IUU) Fishing Day on June 5th and World Oceans Day on June 8th, EJN’s new partner organization in Ghana, the Journalists for Responsible Fisheries and Environment (JRFE), organized a set of press trips in the country’
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) has launched a two-year project to boost media coverage of illegal wildlife trafficking in and through Europe.