Reporting on climate change fellowships

IN Opportunities | 20/02/2018
During the three-month long fellowship, journalists have to publish/broadcast in-depth reports about climate change impacts on Himalayan communities

 

CMS announces that applications are now open for DST-SDC Media Fellowship 2018 for ‘Reporting on Climate Change, Impacts and Adaptation in the Indian Himalayan Region.’ During the three-month long fellowship, journalists have to publish/broadcast in-depth reports about climate change impacts on Himalayan communities and how they are responding  to these changes.
 
The objective of the Fellowship is to facilitate a deeper understanding among journalists and enhance public awareness on issues related to climate change and sustainable  development.
 
Please find more details about fellowship programme on the link given below: 
 
 
 The deadline for receiving applications for this programme is March 15, 2018.
 
 
 
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