Climate change, water resources management and the media

Posted: 2008-12-01

Journalists’ capacity to report on climate change and water resource issues is being enhanced through a collaborative program involving GWP-EA, the Global Environment Facility, the International Waters Program, the African Network for Environmental Journalists, the African Civil Society Network on Water and Sanitation (ANEW) and others. Improved reporting can only be assessed over a long period of time, but there is evidence that coverage has already increased. As a result of two media field trips, 35 stories appeared in print and in electronic media. The ‘advertising value equivalent’ stemming from these stories is estimated at USD 10,000.


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