In 2019, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network awarded a story grant to journalists Ingrid Gercama and Nathalie Bertrams, enabling them to complete a multi-country investigation of the internationalRead more
Like most of our activities these days, the Indonesian Data Journalism Network (IDJN) took its latest hackathon online, offering dozens of journalists, graphic designers, and programmers around the country access to courses, presentations, discussions and virtual collaboration on environmental da
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By Florence Armein
Indonesian reporter Jeany Hartriani focuses on telling stories about the environment. But after years of investigating the country’s annual land and forest fires from her desk, she wanted to dig deeper into why they remain so rampant.
By Zahra Karim Didarali
A group of 15 journalists from 11 countries across the Indian Ocean region have been chosen to attend a three-day marine science workshop in the Maldives now slated to take place next year.
Following a competitive call for story proposals, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) recently selected six journalists to receive story grants for investigative environmental reporting.
Fighting the COVID-19 info-demic with facts: H2H fund awards funding to leading information and communication expert organisations to develop global, regional and local factual information and dispel harmful rumours
GENEVA , 25 February 2020 - The H2H Network has funded four independent international organisations focused on communication and information to assist the global response to the COVID-19 (coronavir
The Earth Journalism Network, Internews’ program in support of environmental media, recently launched its latest special report exploring the links between climate change and health.
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.
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.