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Investigate Climate – Training the Next Generation of Climate Journalists

  • climate
  • Journalism & Media

HAMBURG – The annual conference NR24 under the motto "Now is the time - Research for Democracy" takes place on 19-20 July 2024. Eight sessions on climate journalism have been supported by Journalismfund Europe.

How Forest Management is Failing to Protect Europe’s Carbon Sinks

  • climate
  • Environment
  • Industry

COVILHÃ /LES LANDES / HARZ - Forests are essential in the global fight against climate change, through their role as carbon sinks. But what happens when management choices are not made in the forest’s best interest?

ClimateConnect: Empowering and Educating Investigative Journalists

  • climate
  • Education
  • Energy
  • Environment

This project aims to educate and connect investigative journalists in Germany and Europe.

Summer Academy for Journalists: Energy Transition and Climate Journalism

  • climate
  • Data Journalism
  • Energy
  • Environment

BERLIN - 20 European journalists will be trained for a week in order to get a practical understanding of the tools and insights necessary to report on climate neutrality and energy transition. July 5th is the deadline to apply to Summer Academy organised by Clean Energy Wire (CLEW) which has been covering all aspects of energy and climate since a decade ago and is set to make European journalists fit to tell the story of our time better.

The Bitter Taste of Bananas Coming From Costa-Rica to Europe

  • Agriculture
  • climate
  • Environment
  • Healthcare

MATINA - For over two decades, residents near banana plantations in Costa Rica have been exposed to pesticide sprays from planes, affecting their health and environment. Despite being banned in Europe, these chemicals are still exported to Global South for use in agriculture, where they are often used by major companies like Dole Food Company and Chiquita International.

The Toxic Side of Palm Oil Production

  • climate
  • Environment
  • Exploitation
  • Healthcare

KALIMANTAN – This investigation reveals how EU-banned pesticides are dumped in Indonesia, disrupting Borneo ecosystem, and communities’ livelihood.

The Alien Fish Causing Havoc in the Mediterranean

  • climate
  • Environment
  • Fishing industry

CATANIA — Almost 1000 alien marine species, many dangerous and extremely invasive, are spreading quickly across the world’s fastest-warming sea, the Mediterranean.

The Phosphates Paradox

  • climate
  • Environment
  • Industry

GAFSA – Phosphate rocks, rich in phosphorus, are the basis for most fertilisers. With growing demand for food worldwide and a growing need for fertilizers, phosphates are quickly becoming one of the most disputed minerals. One of the crucial phosphate basins is located in southern Tunisia, and the EU growing fertilisers market is drying up the area.

Data Journalism, Storytelling, and Investigative Techniques on Environmental Issues

  • climate
  • Data Journalism
  • Environment

This project aims to establish an environmental journalism hub to educate journalists about
the intricacies of investigative reporting on the environment.

The Investigative Agenda for Climate Change: Investigating Fossil Fuels

  • climate
  • Data Journalism
  • Environment

This project focuses on a key priority discussed at the recent one-day meeting of 80 climate change journalists & experts at GIJC23: investigating the fossil fuel industry and its vast network of enablers.