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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A Conspiracy in the Wild

Posted by John Mbaria on April 18, 2019 at 21:50

Improving biodiversity coverage on Planeta.com

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2016 Biodiversity Story Grants

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A Conspiracy in the Wild

A conspiracy in the wild(Published in NEW AFRICAN on 09/02/2017For over 10 years, the Northern Rangelands Trust, a Kenya-based conservation initiative, has been acquiring land in the arid north of the country. Today, it controls almost 10% of Kenya’s land mass. Environmental journalist John Mbaria investigates.In its dying days, the Obama Administration pumped massive…See More
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