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India is the fourth-most attractive renewable energy (RE) market in the world, and it has the world’s most ambitious RE development program. But there are obstacles to increasing the use of renewable energy, such as wind and solar.
In September, the Earth Journalism Network announced the re-launch of its
Shefali Begum was forced to leave her village of Gabura near the Sundarbans delta in the southwestern part of Bangladesh after Cyclone Aila struck in 2009, devastating the land and leaving her destitute.
This year, IDF’s Eco Lens event will be held on November 9-10 and will showcase three documentaries that highlight the aspects leading to climate change in the world.
(Surabhi Malik, Internews’ Program Director for Google News Initiative Training Network In India, was part of a Facebook live event – “Misinformation and the Pandemic Grapevine.”)
(Internews organized this webinar on airborne transmission of COVID-19 through its project in India)
In conversation with Karen Rebelo of BOOM Live, Surabhi Malik of Internews and Shalini Joshi of Meedan. The past 16 months have been relentless for journalists and fact-checkers in India.