EJN Expands Work in Asia with New Grant Opportunities, Project and Staff

Apply Now for Story Grants About the Environment in Asia and the Pacific

EJN Asia-Pacific Story Grants are available to support the production of in-depth stories that provide information that can empower communities at risk from the impacts of environmental and climate change. Read more>>

  A woman holds a fishing net while a man holds a small fish in his hand.

Credit: Jacob Shea

Grants Awarded for Stories and Media Projects on Biodiversity and West African Fisheries

EJN is excited to announce the eight winners of our Biodiversity Story Grants, the seven winners of the West African Fisheries Journalism Project story grants, and three organizations that have received Biodiversity Media Grants. Read more>>

EJN Launches Three-Year Project to Boost Climate Resilience in the Bay of Bengal Region

For the next three years, EJN will support the work of journalists, educators and civil society actors to produce and distribute reliable, actionable information to vulnerable coastal communities in Bangladesh and Easteran India. Read more>>

Earth Journalism Class Starts Up Again at UC Berkeley

EJN is once again teaming up with the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley to hold a course on international environmental reporting during this spring semester. Fourteen students will have an opportunity to learn how to cover climate change and other key global topics in ways that are both appealing and scientifically accurate. Read more>>

Free Online Biodiversity Course for Spanish-Speaking Journalists

EJN’s partner in Argentina, Claves21, has launched a free online course on biodiversity for Spanish-speaking journalists. The course will begin on March 12th and cover biodiversity science and policy, how to communicate on biodiversity, and digital tools to support biodiversity reporting. Read more>>

Meet Our Team: Sim Kok Eng Amy

Read a profile of Amy Sim, EJN’s Project Manager, supporting environmental journalists in Asia and the Pacific, meet new staff members on the EJN team, and read about existing staff who have new roles. Read more>>

(Banner image: Sunrise – Kasimedu, India. Credit WBK Photography.)