Journalism & Media

May 31, 2024

DEADLINE: NYU Stern Climate Economics Journalism Fellowship

This fellowship will bring a group of journalists to NYU Stern’s Greenwich Village campus, Sep 19-29, 2024, to learn from globally recognized experts in the emerging field of climate economics. Open to new and experienced journalists worldwide. Includes stipend and meals. Apply by May 31.

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April 28, 2024

DEADLINE: MIT Environmental Solutions Journalism Fellowships

These four-month nonresident fellowships support freelance or staff journalists associated with U.S. local/regional newsrooms in developing a high-impact news project that connects local perspectives, values and priorities with climate change science and solutions. Receive scientific, design and financial support. Deadline: Apr 28, 2024.

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March 31, 2024

DEADLINE: UNESCO Call for Proposals — Photographs Covering Environmental Issues and Emergencies

UNESCO invites professional photographers from all over the world to send a sample of their best photographs reporting on environmental issues and emergencies. UNESCO will establish a contract with the photographers and purchase the selected photographs. Deadline: March 31, 2024. 

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May 2, 2024

DEADLINE: IJ4EU Impact Award

The Investigative Journalism for Europe's annual award celebrates the best of European cross-border investigative journalism. Three cash prizes of €5,000 are available for investigative teams that have pushed the boundaries in tackling transnational stories of public interest. Deadline: May 2, 2024.

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Wildfire Preparedness Is a Story Worth Telling — Before ‘Fire Season’

Wildfires in the Texas Panhandle are a good reminder that wildfire season now stretches across much of the year, so environmental journalists would do well to look for ways to localize their reporting on wildfire preparedness. The latest TipSheet offers 10 story ideas and half a dozen reporting resources to tell the story of your community’s wildfire risk.

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#SEJSpotlight: David Hammer, Investigative Reporter, WWL-TV

Meet SEJ member David Hammer! David is an investigative reporter at WWL-TV, the CBS affiliate in New Orleans. He has been a professional journalist for more than 25 years in print, wire service and broadcast. His mission is to help improve his community by holding area leaders accountable and exposing fraud and abuse.

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SEJ's Fund for Environmental Journalism Awards $47,605 to Support Stories on the U.S. Clean Energy Transition

The Fund for Environmental Journalism has awarded $47,605 for 11 projects selected through the 2023-24 round of competition for stories on the U.S. Clean Energy Transition. 100% of the story projects focus on under-represented communities or share diverse perspectives on environmental issues.

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