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The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) was established by Internews to improve the quantity and quality of environmental coverage. We create networks of environmental journalists in countries where they don't exist, and build their capacity where they do. Through training workshops and development of training materials, support for production and distribution, the provision of small grants, and the creation of unique GeoJournalism platforms that combine traditional reporting on key regions with interactive maps and visualized data, EJN works with journalists around the world to find innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental issues of today.
More information on the Earth Journalism Network web site.
EJN’s project on Investigating Wildlife Trafficking got off to a strong start with its first story, an
There was an air of uncertainty at COP24, the United Nations climate change summit where representatives of nearly 200 countries gathered to determine how they would deliver on commitments to curb global warming, as promised in the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement.
Chidambaram, India -- The northeast monsoon came early to the Bay of Bengal this year.
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.
Nidhi Adlakha on how climate change is impacting our coastal communities
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) recently announced two new funding opportunities aimed at enhancing environmental reporting in the Asia-Pacific region.
Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing is a growing threat to the world’s oceans and the communities that depend on artisanal fishing for their livelihoods. Yet it remains a complex theme for journalists to cover.
The Earth Journalism Network recently welcomed Samisoni G Pareti as our new content coordinator for Fiji and the Pacific. In this role he will lead EJN’s work in Fiji, where he is based, as well as in Tonga, Samoa and Tuvalu.