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Migration from the Marshall Islands to Oklahoma. Surging seas in Mozambique. Drought on Colombia’s remote La Guajira peninsula. These are some of the impacts we’re starting to see that are at least partially due to climate change.
Willie Schubert discusses Third Pole: a group of environmental journalists based in Asia and covering the region's water crisis.
"There was drought so we had to share the little water brought a long distance from irrigation canals to the field.
Neha Sethi has just been named the Earth Journalism Scholar for 2015. Earth Journalism Scholars attend the UC Berkeley (UCB) Graduate School of Journalism in the spring semester, through a partnership between Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) and UCB.
Internews Europe has published a comprehensive report “Protecting the rights of children: the role of the media - Lessons from India, Kenya and Brazil.”
Environmental journalists, supported by a small grants program totaling $50,000 from Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN), have been building and strengthening networks to improve the quality of environmental reporting in their communities.
After reviewing well over 100 applications, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is funding five projects focused on building and strengthening networks of environmental journalists in Argentina, Central African Republic, India, Philippines, and Tunisia.