New Mapping Tool Tracks Illegal Wildlife Trafficking Across Europe
Coverage of the illegal wildlife trade in Europe got a boost last month when the Earth Journalism Network joined forces with Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism for the launch of
EJN’s West Africa Fisheries Project Receives Special Recognition Award for Its Work on Illegal Fishing
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network and its West Africa Fisheries Project have been honored with a Special Recognition award by an international panel of judges in the context of the 3rd Stop IUU Fishing Awards to ack
“One morning in late September, as an orange lozenge of a sun rose from behind the mountains, Indian pilgrims chanted prayers to Shiva on the shores of Lake Mansarovar.”
Freelance journalist Karthikeyan Hemalatha has been covering the environment for eight years.
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is offering several opportunities for reporters to receive funding and support in the coming months through story grants