“The river in our village has dried. My family has lost its crops and most of the goats. My cousin’s marriage was cancelled because her fathers’ goats died too.
From a Climate Refugee to a Storyteller: How One Journalist’s Earliest Memories Shaped Her Journey into Reporting
By Stella Paul, Project Officer for Environment and Health for the Internews Earth Journalism Network
The Bhutan Media Foundation, one of 14 media grantees from year three of our Asia-Pacific project, has been providing grants and support for a series of stories looking at how climate change is impacting this small Buddhist kingdom on the eastern e
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