Biodiversity Media Alliance

Linking Journalism with the Web of Life

The Biodiversity Media Alliance aims to boost the quantity and quality of media coverage of biodiversity issues.

WHAT IS THIS WEBSITE?

IIED, IUCN and Internews created this site to build bridges between journalists and their sources. To learn more about how to use the site, and suggest any ways to improve it, please read and comment on the introductory blog post. For more information contact mike.shanahan@iied.org

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TRY OUT THE EARTH JOURNALISM TOOLKIT

The online toolkit includes 50 topic pages about specific environmental issues including many related to biodiversity. Each includes background information, reporting tips, case studies and examples of good coverage. The toolkit also has pages on key reporting skills, a glossary and links to other resources. Click here to visit the toolkit.

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Profile IconAtayi Babs and Izzy Phillips joined Biodiversity Media Alliance
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Michael Bear posted blog posts
Jul 13
vina ballgobin posted a blog post
Jun 19
Wijnja posted a blog post

Healthy Seas 'fish net' socks available in Kaufland stores

18-06-2014PRESS RELEASE – HEALTHY SEASECNC Land & Sea Group, Aquafil and Star Sock The European retailer Kaufland will be the first partner to sell Healthy Seas socks. From the 23th of June onwards, the socks will be available in all Kaufland stores. The socks are unique and produced with regenerated yarn made from…See More
Jun 18
Amos Smith posted a blog post

Importing Nepal's community Forestry Ideas to West Africa

Bringing Nepal’s community forestry Ideas to West AfricaA long journey it was indeed, from Liberia to Southeast Asia. And finally, I arrived at the Tribhuvan International Airport and headed strict to the Kathmandu Guest House. I was four days late for class.The purpose of my visit, to form part of Future Generations Graduate School class 2014 term III residential to gain insight into the successes leading to Sustainable Community Based Natural Resource Management in Nepal-Community Forestry…See More
Jun 12
Npong Francis posted a blog post

Climate Change Adaptation: Illiterate Farmers Go Back to School

some community farmers learning basic numerals, modern agric practices, picture Francis NpongFrancis Npong, Gushiegu, Ghana, Farmers in some communities in…See More
May 9
Kimberly Williams is now a member of Biodiversity Media Alliance
May 6
Matthew Wright is now a member of Biodiversity Media Alliance
May 2

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