The recent Black Lives Matter protests in the United States, combined with the unequal impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and other recent events, have put a spotlight on how the worst impacts of climate and environmental change almost always fall oRead more
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At Internews’ Earth Journalism Network, we believe there is always a need for more, higher-quality reporting about the environment, even -- arguably more so -- during a pandemic.
For more than a decade, the Earth Journalism Network’s Climate Change Media Partnership has brought reporters from around the world together to cover the annual United Nations Climate Summit as well as to network and form connections, the fruits of which continue to ripen.
The Mesoamerican Reef, or MAR, is the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere.
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) continued its long-running Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) program in December by bringing 13 journalist Fellows and four trainers from the developing world to cover the United Nations COP25 Climate Summit held in Madrid.
Read about our recent activities below.
Starting in 2007, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) began bringing groups of journalists from around the world to cover the annual United Nations climate summit through our Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP).
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.