We’ve got our first opportunity of 2019! If you’ve got a story about how indigenous communities are experiencing climate change, we could help you with a $100 grant to cover it. Learn more below.
In the meantime, if you’re keen on understanding the anxieties and tensions we might expect from the rest of the year, check out the World Economic Forum’s 2019 Global Risks Report, fresh off the press.
INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES IN CLIMATE CHANGE
We’re offering a $100 grant to report on how indigenous communities are experiencing and responding to climate change.
We give preference to writers and journalists from indigenous communities themselves, but we will also consider those who have had significant experience reporting from indigenous communities, or who can demonstrate that they can do so responsibly.
JOIN OUR SOUTH ASIA HUB
Hub members produce written or visual articles focusing on fossil fuel projects, renewable energy, or climate activism in their respective countries.
This position comes with a small stipend.
Interested Trackers should be living in Pakistan, India, or Bangladesh.
Please contact email@example.com if you are interested!
WHAT WE’RE READING
Women of Yamuna River.Small grants winner Richa Singh’s first piece is up on our website. Richa went to the Yamuna River, a sacred body of water that connects to the Ganges, to understand how women’s lives are changing as a result of the river’s environmental changes.
Meet Angelica Yang, a dedicated young journalist from the Philippines. She’s just won two awards for her work, and hopes to continue covering science and the climate. Learn more about what she learned during her Climate Tracker fellowship in the Philippines.