As a global network with close to 12,000 members from 180 countries, the Internews Earth Journalism Network offers workshops and training materials, develops innovative environmental news sites, offers fellowships and reporting grants, builds networks of environmental journalists, and supports local news production – including ground-breaking investigative reports.
Internews’ flagship environmental project, the Earth Journalism Network, works to improve the quantity and quality of environmental reporting around the world.
EJN-Supported Course Encourages Data-Driven Investigations About the Amazon
The Internews Earth Journalism Network holds webinars and trainings to assist journalists in reporting on environmental issues.Webinars
EJN supports the creation of toolkits and online guides that help reporters better understand environmental issues. We currently have dozens of resources available on this page covering everything from climate change to water and air pollution to natural disasters to international conventions.Resources