Environmental Journalism Network
Grants to environmental journalists from developing countries around the world
Principal Office: International
The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is an Internews project developed to empower and enable journalists from developing countries to cover the environment more effectively.
Since 2004, EJN has trained over 4,500 journalists from dozens of developing countries in a wide variety of environmental issues, including climate change, biodiversity, water, environment health, and oceans and coastal resources.
EJN establishes networks of environmental journalists in countries where they don’t exist, and builds their capacity through training workshops, the development of training materials, support for production and distribution, and dispersing small grants.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
1 — Media & Story Grants. The Earth Journalism Network makes media grants to media and other environmental information generating organizations in order to establish networks of environmental journalists in countries where they don’t exist, and build their capacity where they do. Individual story grants and fellowships are made to individual journalists for travel and story production.
About ENJ programs
APPLICATION: The EJN posts irregular calls for proposals several times a year. It invites applications from media organizations, journalism networks, universities and journalism schools. NGOs and research institutes will also be considered, but only those with strong media and communication programs.
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
The Earth Journalism Network is an Internews and Internews Europe project.
Since 2004, EJN has trained over 5,000 journalists from dozens of developing countries who have produced over 8,000 stories.
The Earth Journalism Network’s Partner Networks and Journalists span 6 continents and 70 countries.