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In Print: East African Biodiversity Issues

Kenyan JRS grantee Media for Environment, Science, Health & Agriculture (MESHA) provides support to science journalists, with a focus on rural communicators. One of MESHA’s tools to disseminate learning is through their robust online publication Sanyansi magazine. The March 2022…

Bringing Citizen Science Data Into the ‘Marketplace’

One of the greatest challenges for scientists, including citizen scientists, is getting their data into the ‘marketplace’ or into a space where they can be used to inform management, conservation or policy. The successful collaboration between the Biodiversity and Development…

Celebrating media successes in the Nile Basin

In 2021, the InfoNile program run by Water Journalists Africa (WJA) supported 100 journalists from 10 countries in the Nile Basin. This JRS-funded effort is growing data-based environmental journalism and uncovering critical biodiversity stories. WJA also engaged 84 journalists, editors,…

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