LatinClima

LatinClima is a community of journalists and communicators and a capacity-building and information center on climate change for Latin America and the Caribbean. It was created in April 2015 by the Ministry of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica (MINAE), the Ministry of Housing, Land Management and Environment of Uruguay (MVOTMA) and the Tropical Agricultural Research and High Education Center (CATIE), with seed funding from the German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ). It also receives support from the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) through the Arauclima Program and the Tropical Science Center (CCT).

LatinClima aims to raise awareness of climate change among the Spanish-speaking public, focusing on ways of reducing greenhouse gas emissions that are causing global warming and adapting to the impact of climate change. It works closely with journalists, communicators, opinion leaders, professionals, experts and organizations on climate change topics. LatinClima can be accessed at www.latinclima.org.

 

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SciDev.Net

 

SciDev.Net is the world’s leading source of reliable and authoritative news, views and analysis about science and technology for global development.

Its mission is to use independent journalism to help individuals and organisations apply science to decision-making in order to drive equitable, sustainable development and poverty reduction. SciDev.Net is part of the Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI) - a not-for-profit organisation that improves people’s lives worldwide by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment.

SciDev.Net operates editorially independently from CABI with its content overseen by an independent Editorial Advisory Committee whose role is to ensure our editorial independence protocol is adhered to.  The protocol is available on request.

SciDev.Net covers these regions of the world:

·       Latin America & Caribbean
·       Middle East & North Africa
·       Asia Pacific
·       Sub-Saharan Africa English
·       Sub-Saharan Africa French

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Fundación Para el Periodismo

 

The Fundacion para el Periodismo (FPP) was formed in response to the demand of citizens to improve the quality of journalism and at the same time to respond to the lack of schools that offered professional training for journalists.

Our objective is to improve the quality of Bolivian journalism through professional courses that, in addition to teaching technical aspects of journalism, also contribute to reflection about the role of the press in society.

The chief objectives of the Fundacion para el Periodismo are:

*Integral training of journalists

The training of journalists is the chief goal of the School of Journalism that seeks to instruct on theoretical and practical aspects of journalism. A special emphasis is placed on ethics, with the hope that the students adopt the highest principles and values of journalism and then practice them, not just in their professional activities but in their daily lives.

*Debate and reflection on ethical principals and citizens

The Fundacion para el Periodismo is a space for open debate of ideas and reflection about the problems that confront journalism today. The Fundacion organizes debates, forums, seminars and conferences that contribute to the exchang of ideas and experiences.

*Encouraging citizenship

The Fundacion para el Periodismo develops a series of activities to improve the quality of information that citizens receive to encourage their participation in the democratic process and to create an environment in which authorities are accountable and transparent.

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TijuanaPress

 

TijuanaPress.com is the leading online news site in the Tijuana-San Diego border region. The staff of TijuanaPress.com is comprised of a group of journalism professionals who provide daily news coverage of the most important events in the city and the Baja California region.

TijuanaPress.com founder Vicente Calderon is a member of the Advisory Council of InquireFirst.

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