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“From this workshop, I’m now inspired to start a group that would bring some of these issues to light such as the harmful effects of microplastics in the environment, and work with experts from the workshop to deliver the message to the public.” —Sera Tikoitikoivaru-Sefeti, first-yea
Shefali Begum was forced to leave her village of Gabura near the Sundarbans delta in the southwestern part of Bangladesh after Cyclone Aila struck in 2009, devastating the land and leaving her destitute.
The University of the South Pacific’s Journalism Programme, with support from Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN), brought together in late September around 25 journalism students and members of the mainstream media to learn more about environmental issues and how to report on them.
Air pollution is responsible for more than 6 million deaths each year, according to a 2017 study in the Lancet, making it the single largest environmental health risk globally.
Every data represents a story. Examining statistics and applying it in journalism to tell a compelling and objective news story is a valuable skill to have.
The Information Ecosystem Assessment (IEA) is a study designed to understand the dynamics of transmission, production, and consumption of information in a given environment.