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Stories on Climate Change, Resilience and Wildlife Crime Round Off 2018

January 4, 2019
Updates from Internews' Earth Journalism Network (EJN).

CCMP Fields Largest Media Delegation at COP24 in Poland

Nineteen Climate Change Media Partnership journalists, the largest media delegation at the COP, travelled to Katowice, Poland to report first-hand on climate change negotiations for their audiences back home. Read more>>

EJN Congratulates Prize-Winning Grantees and Partners

EJN recognizes some outstanding EJN grantees and partners who won awards in 2018 for their stories on the environment. Read more>>

Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, Resilience – EJN Works with Reporters on the Bay of Bengal Coast

In November, a dozen participants of a three-day workshop hosted by EJN in India learned how sea-level rise and erosion exacerbated by a changing climate are threatening communities and ecosystems in the Bay of Bengal region. Read more>>

Wildlife Trafficking Project Makes its Story Debut

EJN’s project on Investigating Wildlife Trafficking got off to a strong start with its first story, an investigation into tiger breeding farms in the Czech Republic. Reported by grantee Tristan Martin, the piece exposed how illegal tiger farms are not just a problem in Asia but are also operating in the middle of the European Union. Read more>>

Journalism Safety and Security Trainings Start to Take Root

Environmental reporting is now recognized as “one of the most hazardous beats in journalism,” according to a recent story first published at The Conversation by Eric Freedman, chair of the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University.To address the issue, EJN introduced more safety and security trainings this year. Read more>>