(Internews supports CGnet Swara through its Earth Journalism Network) by DEVANSH MEHTARead more
Fishers are among the people whose livelihoods are badly affected by climatic and environmental change. In the tropics and sub-tropics in particular, fishers struggle with declining catch as fish move to colder waters.
India-based reporter and 2019 Bay of Bengal story grantee Nidhi Jamwal recently received a senior freelance environmental journalist award from the Indian Himalayas Climate Adaptation Programme.
By Syed Nazakat and Surabhi Malik
Indian journalists gathered at the mouth of the Ganges River in West Bengal, India last month to learn about the effects of sea level rise, at a workshop organized by Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN).
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the Google News Initiative. Read more about what has happened in India since then from Surabhi Malik, Program Director of the Google News Initiative Training Network and an important figure in India's fight against fake news.
With the rising impact of climate change, ranging from flash floods, landslides and ocean surges, coupled with the urgent need to implement more effective – and long-term – disaster risk reduction, credible journalist initiatives are increasingly playing a crucial role of informing the public.