Helping empower the next generation of environmental journalists at Nature’s frontline

“With the impacts of environmental degradation becoming more acute around the globe, the world needs journalists reporting from Nature’s frontline to provide accurate and actionable information. This is especially the case across the tropics, which are disproportionately bearing the brunt of climate change, biodiversity loss, and threats against Indigenous peoples and local communities.


To help address this gap, Mongabay is establishing a fellowship program for young and aspiring journalists from the world’s biodiversity hotspots. The Y. Eva Tan Conservation Reporting Fellowship Program will provide opportunities for journalists from tropical countries to report on critical environmental issues, gaining valuable training, experience, and credibility that will help them advance their careers in journalism and communications.”

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