Linking Journalism with the Web of Life
SAN FRANCISCO - An international consortium is calling for a broad-based approach based on biocultural heritage for implementing farmers' rights under the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture.Continue
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Are you an African press officer?
If so, check out this capacity-building workshop during the World Conference of Science Journalists in Doha, Qatar in June. There are some travel bursaries available.....
This all-day event aims to improve media coverage relating to African science, particularly in the fields of science and medicine, by providing targeted training and networking for press officers from African research institutes. It will utilise the…Continue
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Voting is open for the Climate Change Communicator of the Year award for activities in 2010.
The nominees include our Climate Change Media Partnership programme (set up by IIED, Internews and Panos). You can read our full nomination text below, and you can vote online here: http://www.climatechangecommunication.org/award.cfm
Added by Mike Shanahan on March 10, 2011 at 9:30 — No Comments
The carbon market has been big news over the last few years, while the equally important issue of conserving biodiversity through similar methods has languished in obscurity.
While SpeciesBanking.com was initially focused on the North American conservation banking sector, it is now expanding its coverage to include biodiversity compensation mechanisms around the world, following last year’s…Continue
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Water Security and Climate Change: Challenges and Strategies
For centuries, food production and hence social development has depended…Continue
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