Media for improved reporting on environmental and natural resources in Central Asia is a project funded by the European Union and implemented by Internews in five countries - Kyrgyzstan, KRead more
The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) was established by Internews to improve the quantity and quality of environmental coverage. We create networks of environmental journalists in countries where they don't exist, and build their capacity where they do. Through training workshops and development of training materials, support for production and distribution, the provision of small grants, and the creation of unique GeoJournalism platforms that combine traditional reporting on key regions with interactive maps and visualized data, EJN works with journalists around the world to find innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental issues of today.
More information on the Earth Journalism Network web site.
With the goal of improving journalists’ ability to expertly tackle the often overlapping issues of overfishing, food security and ocean governance, EJN's fisheries project also aims to further explore the economic and social consequences of overfishing on coastal communities in West Africa, throu
This March, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) hosted Vanuatu’s first ever climate change journalism training workshop in partnership with the Media Asosiesen blong Vanuatu (MAV) and the Vanuatu Ministry of Climate Change.
The Internews Earth Journalism Network’s (EJN) Biodiversity Media Initiative has given out a series of new grants to both organizations and individual journalists, and selected a new round of journalist Fellows to att
Journalists are working together to raise awareness about dangers to the Mekong River’s ecosystem and the impact on livelihoods and health.
Issa Kassimu, an electrical engineer, came up with the idea of setting up South Sudan's first solar-powered local radio station, Mayardit FM.
After struggling to get a reliable source of power, the station switched to renewable energy.
Fifteen journalists from around the world reported from the United Nations climate negotiations (COP22) in Marrakech, Morocco as part of the Earth Journalism Network’s long-standi