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(The Oxpeckers and their project #WildEye is supported by Internews' Earth Journalism Network) By Gregory Francois and Shruti Kedia
The following article is part of our [EJN's] joint series, ‘Ethics in Practice’ with Internews Europe, highlighting some of the challenges of covering Covid-19 around the world
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.
The work of a South African organization spotlights how digital tools can quickly send essential coronavirus information.
By EJN Staff
The year 2018 was a big one for environmental reporting, so as we kick off 2019, we would like to acknowledge some well-deserved recognition for some of the Earth Journalism Network’s grantees and partners.
It was dubbed a climate event unlike any other: a chance for local government leaders and businesses to come together and commit to greater efforts to curb climate change.
Vulnerable and under-represented populations—in particular women, youth, and indigenous communities—often face a serious information gap when it comes to solutions-based information on how to adapt to climate change’s impacts.