The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) is made up of Panos, Internews and the International Institute for Environment and Development.
The goal of the partnership is to increase the capacity of journalists in developing countries to report on climate change issues, widen understanding and stimulate debate about climate change and increase the number of stakeholders involved in decision-making.
The CCMP runs a journalism fellowship programme which to date has supported 80 fellows in print, radio, electronic and TV media from across 42 countries in Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America. Below is a selection of features that have been printed by CCMP fellows on the Panos London website.
- Hilary Chiew: Forest rights row exposes cracks in UN climate plans
- Gustavo Faleiros: Billion Dollar Jungle
- Wambi Michael: Uganda's search for eco-friendly fuel
- Deleen Powell: Climate change – a cold front in Jamaica
- Pinaki Roy: Climate refugees of the future
- Michael Simire: Nigeria tries to save its dry north
- Rachael van der Kooye: Keeping the forests we've got
- Harold Williams: Adaptation pleas fall on deaf ears
- Patrick Wrokpoh: Liberia leads on gender and climate change
- Ke Xu: Curbing climate change: what's in it for China?
- Hujun Li: What Balie means for China
- Ebby Nanzala Wamatsi: Maasai women tackle drought
- Salome Alweny: Landless and exposed to the elements
- Imelda Abaño: Food vs fuel in the Phillipines
- Petre Williams: Caribbean tourist trade counts the cost of climate change
- Yolandi Groenewald: Will South Africa lead the solar energy revolution