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2020 has been a year that many media and environmental organisations were forced to confront hard truths about their support (or lack of) for diversity, especially when it comes to people of Arab and African descent.  For many, this reflection ...

We wanted to know how best we could improve our support of African women environmental journalists. Here's what we learned. ...

ENGLISH: Climate Tracker in partnership with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Regional Climate and Energy Project MENA, is happy to announce that we will be hosting a workshop for Lebanese journalists and activists this year!  The workshop will be a unique opportunity for ...

This year has brought more than its fair share of challenges and resulted in a lot of opportunities stifled for many. In efforts to support journalists and raise awareness about food system challenges facing countries around the world, Climate Tracker, ...

Sudan floods have caused the country to go into a 3-month state of emergency, as the Nile rivers have burst their banks with intensified rainfall. ...

The Egyptian Liverpool footballer has promoted ExxonMobil, one of the worst polluting companies in the world. ...

Africa is already feeling some of the hardest impacts of climate change. This is not a secret: international media has published many in-depth reports and stories on the continent’s struggle against the climate crisis. But are they doing a good ...

The postponement of COP and the fight against COVID-19 may push countries to reconsider their climate ambition ...

Over the past 4 years, Climate Tracker has worked intensively to establish a network of journalists and climate activists in the Arab world where climate change is yet to become a mainstream discourse. ...

My first ever COP was COP22 in 2016 in Morocco where I was part of Climate Tracker team.  I was only 18-year-old at the time. It was such an exciting experience that pushed me out of my comfort bubble and ...