“A fazenda está pegando fogo” disse minha mãe, ao tempo que um rubor vermelho de medo tomava conta da sua pele. “Fiona está presa dentro da casa. Ela não pode…
“The farm is on fire” my mum said, as a red blush of fear rushed into her skin. “Fiona is trapped inside the house. She can’t get out”. Suddenly a…
Brazil’s news landscape isn’t easy to crack — especially when it comes to socio-environmental news. Because some of the largest news vehicles are locked behind paywalls and the majority of the content is only available in Portuguese, finding reliable information about Brazil can be complicated.
To help you find reliable sources to navigate the Brazilian news maze, we profile five journalists that are closely following the new government’s every move.
The Climate Tracker community is composed of young scientists, journalists, activists, and researchers. So when we asked them to recommend books that helped them understand climate change, we knew we were going to get some good responses. The recommendations were awesome, and we’ll be revealing them to you in a two-part series that starts…here!
The Climate Tracker Journalism fellows were one of the few African journalists covering the UN climate summit COP24. Now they share their insights.
Newly elected President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih of the Maldives highlighted climate change in his first official address, and recalled former Climate Hero Mohamed Nasheed lead his team at COP24 in Poland.
Climate Tracker is giving two emerging climate journalists a small grant to produce a multimedia project focusing on women’s experiences and responses to climate change.