• Building and Strengthening Networks of Environmental Journalists

    Friday, February 1, 2013

    After reviewing well over 100 applications, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is funding five projects focused on building and strengthening networks of environmental journalists in Argentina, Central African Republic, India, Philippines, and Tunisia.

  • Journalists Help Bring Reforms to a Changing Burma

    two monks look at photos displayed on a wall
    Wednesday, January 30, 2013

    A historic Internews-sponsored journalism expedition on the Irrawaddy River is being credited with helping to turn the government against supporting construction of a controversial dam.

    Internews’ Earth Journalism Network supported an eight-day trip by a group of 26 journalists, writers, photographers and documentary film-makers on the Irrawaddy River north of Mandalay in 2009. The participants traveled along the river to Bamaw and back, visited local communities, engaged in on-board roundtable discussions with expert speakers, and produced plenty of stories for their home media organizations.

  • Climate Communications Day at Doha Focuses on New Approaches to Reach New Audiences

    Two female participants talk at the conference
    Tuesday, December 11, 2012

    As heads of state began to arrive in Doha last week to start the high-level COP18 negotiations towards a legally binding climate deal, more than 120 journalists, scientists, activists and communications experts gathered at the second annual Climate Communications Day to discuss how best to communicate climate-related issues.

  • Fisheries in Focus in Asia and Europe

    A group of journalists interview a fisherman
    Friday, November 16, 2012

    With overfishing a major problem around the world, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) in recent months has carried out a series of activities in both Asia and Europe to work with journalists on improving their coverage of sustainable fisheries issues and ocean health.

  • Telling the Story of Climate Change

    Friday, November 16, 2012

    As the world prepares for the latest round of UN-sponsored climate negotiations in Doha, November 26 - December 7, journalists from the Middle East and Africa are receiving support from Internews' Earth Journalism Network to report from COP18. Through their reporting, vulnerable communities affected by climate change will have a greater voice at the table.

    Learn more about the Fellowship, Communications Day, and other recent work from the Internews Earth Journalism Network, from the Amazon, to Southeast Asia to Europe.

  • InfoAmazonia Uncovers a Devastating Rise in Deforestation Rates in Brazil

    Wednesday, October 31, 2012

    Gustavo Faleiros is a Knight International Journalism Fellow based in Brazil who has created a comprehensive online map that makes extensive use of data to track the deteriorating environment of the nine-country Amazon region. The map—a mash-up of existing technologies such as satellite images, open data and media and social-media feeds—is hosted by partner O Eco, an environmental news site, and supported by a grant from Internews.