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Mountain Barometers
The mountain regions of the Earth are like barometers – they hold critical information about the past, present and future impacts of climate change.
Wednesday 11 Nov 2015
Pole to Paris: a climate change marathon
Inspiring the next generation matters to us. The youth of today will be the leaders of tomorrow and they must understand the impacts of climate change. Today’s youth is the first generation that will have to deal with severe climate and envi ...
Wednesday 28 Oct 2015
GRID-Arendal mourns the passing of Øystein Halvorsen
No words can adequately express our sadness at the passing of our dear colleague and friend Øystein Halvorsen on October 23, 2015 after a long illness. He was 68 years old.
Saturday 24 Oct 2015
Drones Above Mangroves - A Week in the Field: The Coastal Ecosystem Mapping and Media Viability Project
Mangrove trees are a unique feature of the United Arab Emirates' landscape. In this arid and exposed environment some of them can grow over 10 meters high. These shoreline forests not only provide a habitat for many animal species but also abso ...
Tuesday 20 Oct 2015
New Grants Established to Help Investigative Journalists Cover Environmental Crime
GRID-Arendal and SKUP (Stiftelsen for en Kritisk og Undersøkende Presse) are pleased to announce two grants of NOK 25,000 each to support investigative journalists working on stories about global organized environmental crime.
Thursday 15 Oct 2015
Recovery and Resilience in Nepal
Journalist training workshop investigates earthquake recovery, climate change
Thursday 08 Oct 2015
Protecting our planet’s “lifeblood” -- GRID-Arendal joins new Blue Guardians Partnership
Understanding how climate change affects the oceans is key to the future of Small Island Developing States (SIDS). To help build this knowledge, a new international initiative called Blue Guardians was recently launched by Former U.S. President ...
Thursday 01 Oct 2015
Journalists from 100 Countries to Mark Global Growth of Investigative Reporting in Norway, October 8-11
Nearly a thousand investigative journalists from a record 100 countries will converge on the Olympic city of Lillehammer, Norway, for the 9thGlobal Investigative Journalism Conference(#GIJC15) on October 8-11, 2015.
Monday 07 Sep 2015
85 journalists apply for regional training workshop on climate change adaptation in Nepal
A recent call for participants to a coming media training workshop on climate change adaptation in the Himalayas has produced a small mountain of applications.
Thursday 03 Sep 2015
Bigger Than Elephants
Can journalism help fight environmental crime? That question was debated during Arendalsuka by a panel that brought together politicians, journalists, and leaders from the United Nations and WWF Norway.
Wednesday 02 Sep 2015
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