Anais do III Encontro Nacional de Pesquisadores em Jornalismo Ambiental

Todos os trabalhos apresentados durante o III Encontro Nacional de Pesquisadores em Jornalismo Ambiental – ENPJA, realizado em outubro de 2015, em São Paulo, SP, estão disponíveis na Internet. O evento foi parte da programação do VI Congresso Brasileiro de Jornalismo Ambiental (CBJA) e lotou de interessados os recintos em que desenvolveu, nas instalações do […]

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Fund for Environmental Journalism

Reporters may apply for support for reporting projects through SEJ's Fund for Environmental Journalism.

Reporters may apply for support for reporting projects through SEJ’s Fund for Environmental Journalism.

 

From Society of Environmental Journalists – SEJ

SEJ’s Fund for Environmental Journalism invests in top quality public service reporting on environment-related issues, and the journalists who produce it. FEJ grants support development and dissemination of significant coverage that otherwise could not be completed.

JUNE 15, 2016 is the DEADLINE for the next round of competition for FEJ grants to journalists and news organizations. Applications opened APRIL 15, 2016. Grantees will be notified no later than August 10, 2016 and grants paid as soon as possible following agreement on terms of the grant. Go here for guidelines and requirements for eligibility, application, proposal and budget.

For the June 15 round, one topic category is open for Fund for Environmental Journalism grants up to $5,000. Proposals are invited for journalism projects covering:

“THE POLITICS AND ECONOMICS OF RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE U.S.”

This opportunity has been made possible by a 2016 grant from The Energy Foundation to the Society of Environmental Journalists.

If your project does not address the designated topic for this round of FEJ competition, please do not apply this time. Your proposal cannot be reviewed or funded. Coverage project grants from the Fund for Environmental Journalism of the Society of Environmental Journalists can be provided only when opportunities are funded in advance through foundation grants and individual donations. SEJ will announce new categories and new deadlines when new underwriting can be secured. Thanks for your understanding.

Fund for Environmental Journalism story project grants 2011 – 2015 have been funded by the Cornell Douglas Foundation, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Heinz Endowments, Grantham Foundation, Wyss Foundation, and individual members and friends of the Society of Environmental Journalists. Read how the FEJ got started here. Your gift makes a difference! Please support future rounds of competition by making a donation today.

REMINDERS:

JUNE 15, 2016, midnight local time is the APPLICATION DEADLINE.

Guidelines can be found here.

Prepare ahead to submit all files in PDF format. Do not exceed maximum word count for narrative and page limit for support documents.

Grantees will be notified no later than August 10, 2016 and grants paid as soon as possible following agreement on terms of the grant. Funds can be used for story expense incurred only after FEJ grantee agreement is signed and returned to SEJ with IRS W-9 tax form.

APPLICATION FEES:

SEJ Members: Fee waived

Non-members: Fee will be $40 (If you apply and are approved for SEJ membership during the grant application review period, you may apply the fee to first-year membership — also $40. Please note that this is a completely separate application from the grant application.)

APPLICATION FORMS:

SEJ MEMBER APPLICATION

NON-MEMBER APPLICATION

Publicado em Bolsa de apoio à pesquisa, Capacitação, Comunicação Ambiental, Energias Renovables, Energias renováveis, Environmental Impacts, Environmental journalism, Environmental researchs, Environmental Technology, Ernergias Renovables, Jornalismo Ambiental, Jornalismo investigativo, Renewable Energy, Waste to energy | Marcado com , , , , , | Deixe um comentário

Sociedade de Jornalistas Ambientais oferece bolsas de reportagens

Jornalistas de todo o mundo podem se candidatar a bolsas de até US$ 5 mil para cobrir projetos ambientais e iniciativas empresariais. Este ano a Sociedade de Jornalistas Ambientais (SEJ, em inglês) oferece bolsas de reportagem sobre a política e economia da energia sustentável nos Estados Unidos. Os fundos devem servir para cobrir viagens relacionadas ao projeto, treinamento, materiais de […]

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RBJA faz pesquisa para formalizar rede de jornalismo ambiental

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A Rede Brasileira de Jornalismo Ambiental (RBJA) está realizando uma pesquisa com membros e não membros sobre a sua formalização. Com cerca de 730 membros, a Rede passará a ser uma organização com capacidades de apoiar e ampliar as atividades no jornalismo ambiental brasileiro. A pesquisa objetiva ainda ampliar o conhecimento sobre os seus participantes e a suas necessidades.

Para ajudar a definir a atuação nesta nova fase, a RBJA convoca ainda outros jornalistas que não fazem parte da rede a participar da pesquisa.

A acesse o formulário da pesquisa por meio deste l​ink.

Mais informações com Ana Carolina Amaral, moderadora da RBJA: acarolamaral08@gmail.com

Publicado em Comunicação, Comunicação Ambiental, Environmental journalism, Jornalismo Ambiental, Periodismo Ambiental | Marcado com , , , , | Deixe um comentário

Currents of change: The KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2015

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This report explores how the world’s largest 250 companies report on carbon in their annual financial and CR reports. It also includes quantitative data on CR reporting trends, covering 4,500 companies across 45 countries. KPMG has published this survey at regular intervals since 1993. The growth in the number of countries and companies covered is just one indication of how CR reporting has evolved into a mainstream business practice over the last two decades.

See the report.

Publicado em Carbon, Climate Change, CO2, Corporate Responsibility, Corporate Sustainability, Economia Verde-Green Economy, Human activities and climate change, Responsabilidade corporativa, Responsabilidade Social Empresarial RSE | Marcado com , , , | Deixe um comentário

The western south Atlantic Ocean in a high-CO2 world: current measurement capabilities and perspectives

Authors:

Pereira, Rodrigo Kerr Duarte; Cunha, Leticia Cotrim da; Kikuchi, Ruy Kenji Papa de; Horta Junior, Paulo Antunes; Ito, Rosane Gonçalves; Muller, Marius Nils; Orselli, Iole Beatriz Marques; Orte, Manoela Romanó; Sordo, Laura; Pinheiro, Bárbara Ramos; Bonou, Frédéric Kpèdonou; Schubert, Nadine; Bergstrom, Ellie; Copertino, Margareth da Silva; Lencina-Avila, Jannine Marquez

Summary:
An international multi-disciplinary group of 24 researchers met to discuss ocean acidification (OA) during the Brazilian OA Network/Surface Ocean-Lower Atmosphere Study (BrOA/SOLAS) Workshop. Fifteen members of the BrOA Network (www.broa.furg.br) authored this review. The group concluded that identifying and evaluating the regional effects of OA is impossible without understanding the natural variability of seawater carbonate systems in marine ecosystems through a series of long-term observations. Here, we show that the western South Atlantic Ocean (WSAO) lacks appropriate observations for determining regional OA effects, including the effects of OA on key sensitive Brazilian ecosystems in this area. The impacts of OA likely affect marine life in coastal and oceanic ecosystems, with further social and economic consequences for Brazil and neighboring countries. Thus, we present (i) the diversity of coastal and open ocean ecosystems in the WSAO and emphasize their roles in the marine carbon cycle and biodiversity and their vulnerabilities to OA effects; (ii) ongoing observational, experimental, and modeling efforts that investigate OA in the WSAO; and (iii) highlights of the knowledge gaps, infrastructure deficiencies, and OA-related issues in the WSAO. Finally, this review outlines long-term actions that should be taken to manage marine ecosystems in this vast and unexplored ocean region.
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Publicado em Aquecimento global, Cambio climático, Carbono, Climate Change, Greenhouse Gases, Human activities and climate change, Impactos ambientais, Mares e oceanos, Mudança climática | Marcado com , , , | Deixe um comentário

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