10/02/2012 | Lilly Peel
Avez-vous une histoire à raconter sur le changement climatique? Voulez-vous assister à la Conférence des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques (COP 18) à Doha, au Qatar pour faire les reportages sur les événements avec TerrAfrica Green Radio? Si la réponse est oui, alors lisez la suite!
09/28/2012 | Lilly Peel
Do you have a story to tell about climate change? Would you like to attend the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP 18) in Doha, Qatar, to cover the events for TerrAfrica Green Radio? If the answer is yes, then read on!
09/13/2012 | Magdalena Rossmann
As climate change is pulled down the news agenda, how do journalists in countries most affected by climate change get their readers excited about the topic?
05/16/2012 | Panos London
The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) is proud to announce the launch of a Fellowship program that will send journalists to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Doha (COP18) in late 2012.
04/11/2012 | Faisal Raza Khan
The Kashmir mountains are a beautiful setting, but the impacts of climate change are beginning to be felt as the water seems to be drying up.
04/04/2012 | Armsfree Ajanaku
In this article for the Climate Change Media Partnership, Armsfree looks at what is being done in Nigeria to allow local rainforests to begin to grow back.
04/02/2012 | Lorenzo Morales
Brazil has dramatically slowed down the rate of Amazon deforestation in the past six years. But restoring the swathes of rainforest is another huge challenge – and one that is meeting powerful political opposition.
02/29/2012 | Kaidia Samaké
With the worsening food shortage in Mali, Kaidia tells us how local radio is sharing valuable information with rural communities.
02/22/2012 | Ana Aranha
The Brazilian government claims destruction of the Amazon has fallen to its lowest level in 23 years. But environmental activists continue to be threatened and killed by loggers. Ana Aranha met one woman forced into hiding by assassins.
01/17/2012 | Tim Williams
Tim looks back at CoP17, working with the Climate Change Media Partnership, and offers a critique of the communications process underpinning the conference.