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  • People sit on chairs two metres apart while listening to a man at a lectern

    COVID-19: IIED in the media

    This page highlights the analysis and expertise IIED's researchers are providing to the media on issues related to the coronavirus outbreak

    14 April 2020 | Article | Communication
  • Chronic air pollution is part of everyday life for many people in China. This photo shows Anyang, the most northern city of China's Henan province (Photo: V.T. Polywoda, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    Critical theme: China pollution, social media and politics

    Our March Critical Theme seminar looked at the environmental and political issues raised by raised by the film "Under the Dome", made by one of China's leading investigative journalists, Chai Jing.

    18 March 2015 | Event | Communication
  • Gambia has appointed Pa Ousman Jarju as Special Climate Envoy. His appointment shows Gambia's commitment to effective climate diplomacy (Photo: Global Environment Facility)

    Engaging in climate diplomacy – policy pointers from an LDC

    Effective climate diplomacy can help Least Developed Countries make sure their interests are reflected in international negotiation outcomes

    7 August 2014 | Blog | Climate change
  • Climate vulnerable community in Peam Ro District, Cambodia

    Climate resilient cities: a role for the media

    Journalists can remind city officials and urban residents about ‘hidden finance’ for climate resilience, and ensure the money gets well spent, says David Dodman.

    27 September 2013 | Blog | Climate change
  • Chinese dragon image

    Chinese media in Africa

    The ‘Chinese media dragon’ is raising its voice in Africa—and drawing criticism. So how much is cultural bias, and how much legitimate concern?

    11 December 2012 | Blog | Communication
  • Pastoralists with their goats in Niger.

    Why following the herd can be good for Kenyan media

    Kenya’s pastoralists have an image problem. Their negative depiction by the Kenyan media ignores their knowledge and skills, which have led them to become a cornerstone of the country’s economy.

    11 October 2012 | Blog | Drylands and pastoralism
  • A forested area in Mondulkiri province, eastern Cambodia that is being cut down and burned. Few trees remain standing in the picture.

    Journalists are dying – literally — to tell stories of environmental plunder

    It’s a sad reflection of reality that my first reaction to the news of Hang Serei Oudom’s murder was not one of shock or surprise.

    19 September 2012 | Blog | Communication
  • Why the media matters in a warming world: A guide for policymakers in the global South

    The Climate Change Media Partnership has today published a briefing paper that recommends ways for policymakers to support a better class of climate change journalism that is relevant to local audiences, builds public awareness of the issues and contributes to improved policymaking.

    15 June 2011 | News | Climate change
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