Climate Tracker Asia will host a virtual conference “Through a Climate Lens” on climate and energy reporting that aims to help Southeast Asian journalists improve their coverage of the climate crisis and energy transitions in their home countries.  The digital ...

In partnership with Open Society Foundations, we're excited for you to meet our 15 Caribbean climate justice journalism fellows. ...

Stories of the impact of climate change in the Global South, low-income communities, and communities of colour around the world, are unfortunately still under-reported. That is when citizen journalists from the Global South play a crucial role. Coming from the ...

22-year old Amani Abdel Rahman is a busy farmer. At her home in Al-Dewier village in upper Egypt’s Assiut governorate, she grows barley, sells it as fodder, and raises poultry. “Now, me and many other girls in our village earn ...

Solar power generation via photovoltaic (PV) farms is leading the way in the government’s multi-pronged efforts to reduce greenhouse emissions and transition Guyana to sustainable sources of alternative energy. Guyana’s latest installation of solar power grids across the country has ...

At the end of each academic year, students receive a report card from their teachers, which outline the progress made. Whether it’s A+ in Mathematics, or there is need for improvement in English Language, the students are informed of their ...

The first photo to hit Facebook was of the vehicle being lifted off a ship and onto a wharf in Georgetown – a sleek, black Model Y Tesla – the first of its kind on Guyana’s shores and a symbol ...

Countries of the Caribbean region are amongst the world’s most vulnerable to the worst impacts of climate change, from warmer temperatures and rising sea levels, to increased hurricane intensity and unpredictable, also extreme weather events. Caribbean journalists play a crucial ...

BY: VISHANI RAGOBEER Vishani@newsroom.gy Guyana is pursuing several ambitious goals at once. The country wants to lower the exorbitant cost of energy, gradually divorce itself from using harmful fossil fuels and still remain one of the earth’s few net carbon ...

Energy diversification seems to be happening on a project basis, instead of on a national level BY: FIONA DANIELS This article was originally posted on the author’s blog with the support of Climate Tracker’s Caribbean Energy Transition Journalism Fellowship, and an edited version ...