Asia-Pacific Climate Change and Environmental Story Grants 2019
  • February 28 - July 31, 2019
  • Partially Funded

Climate change is a global issue, however, the Pacific region has seen an increase in deadly tropical storms. In 2018 alone, six super typhoons tore through the region.

Despite this, many media outlets in the region do not cover the issue effectively due to a lack of resources, especially those local outlets at the frontlines of climate change.

Are you willing to be the champion your region needs?

Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is offering grants to journalists in the Asia-Pacific region to support in-depth and investigative reporting on climate and environmental change. An emphasis on how vulnerable groups (such as women, youth, indigenous people, ethnic minorities, and people with disabilities) are impacted is strongly encouraged. Stories should not only focus on the issue, but also the solutions that currently exist to mitigate or adapt to them.

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The aim is to increase the amount of stories that explain the complexity of these environmental challenges to local communities. An increased understanding of the issue will enable communities and policy makers to forge better adaptation measures.

Can you produce an evidenced based story that is so simple that the youngest mind can understand, yet so compelling that a policy maker on the receive end is willing to act on it almost instantaneously?

If you’re up for the challenge, this is opportunity is for you!

This opportunity is opened to journalist with a wealth of experience, or those who are just getting their feet wet in the field.

Your proposed story or stories should be published by July 31st 2019.

Benefits

Journalists may receive a grant of $1,500 or more for more in-depth stories using innovative or investigative approaches, as well as mentorship

 

Eligibilities

  • Journalists (online, print, television, radio) and other expert media practitioners with a record of reporting on climate change, natural resource management and other environmental issues
  • Freelancers or Staff from all types of media
  • Early career journalists with less than 5 years of reporting experience or mid-level/senior reporters who have at least 5 years of experience
  • EJN and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency are given rights to edit, publish, broadcast, and distribute stories freely
Eligible Regions: South Asia, Southeast Asia, China and the Pacific region but NOT Australia or New Zealand.

Application Process

  • Complete the online application form
  • You must include a budget, your resume/CV, and three samples of your reporting

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Application Deadline: February 28, 2019

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