Media

Eastern and Southern Africa Climate Change Media Network

East and Southern Africa Climate Change Media Network Born.

COMESA Weekly Newsletter Issue 134
Over 40 journalists from 23 countries in the Eastern and Southern Africa have established the first ever Eastern and Southern Africa Climate Change
Media Network, which will act as a forum for the exchange of views
on the implications of climate change on people’s lives and also act as a channel to convey climate information to the public.

New Publication: Who Speaks for the Climate?

By Patrick Luganda NECJOGHA Online
Who Speaks for the Climate? Making Sense of Media Reporting on Climate Change

Maxwell Boykoff of the University of Colorado, Boulder in the United States of America has authored an informative book that should help professionals working in the media to come to grips with reporting about climate change from all angles and perspectives.

CCMP Awards 18 Fellowships for Durban COP17 Conference

Journalists win fellowships to report on key climate-change conference 2011-10-06
The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) has awarded journalists from 14 countries with fellowships to attend crucial UN talks in Durban that could spell the demise or rebirth of the Kyoto Protocol.

Environment Ministers from around the world to gather in Nairobi

UNEP Media Advisory

Environment Ministers from around the world to gather in Nairobi
for UNEP Governing Council

UNEP Headquarters, Nairobi (Kenya), 16-20 February

More than one hundred Environment Ministers are set to meet in Nairobi on 16 to 20 February for the United Nations Environment Programme’s annual Governing Council meeting.