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Coffee, wildlife and data were all topics of workshops or convenings EJN hosted over the past month.
By Florence Armein and Sim Kok Eng Amy
Data plays an increasingly important role in helping us understand and tackle climate change and other environmental challenges. However, journalists often find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer amount and range of data available.
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) recently awarded small grants to 10 reporters in Mexico and Central America to report on a range of issues related to the health of the Mesoamerican Reef (MAR), a vital reef system that stretches across the coasts of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras
The illegal trade in items as varied as parrot eggs and caviar, rare reptiles and ornamental fish was on the agenda when the Earth Journalism Network (EJN) gathered several of its current grantees investigating wildlife trafficking in Hamburg in September.
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network marked its 15th year of supporting environmental reporting earlier this month with a small celebratory event in London and a panel discussion featuring some of the top thinkers and practitioners in the field.
By Florence Armein
Coffee has long been one of Indonesia’s leading exports. But now, aside from being sold to meet growing global demand, Indonesian coffee is seeing an uptick in domestic demand, largely from increasingly urban, affluent consumers in major cities across the country.