In the coming decades, climate change is poised to disrupt the global economy. Low-income countries stand to lose the most, yet environmental reporting around the world often fails to inform the public on a level that transcends the politics of the moment.
This report examines how media development organizations are helping to change by training reporters and citizens to cover environmental news and issues; support investigations; and create innovative ways to gather information, present environmental data, and engage the public. Media development programs centered on environmental news can serve as a model for how to boost quality journalism and innovation more generally across the media and how to bring issue-driven donors into the media development sector to expand topical coverage.
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