2019 Join Climate Tracker at the COP25 Climate Negotiations in Chile
Deadline: September 27, 2019.
Participate in their competition to be considered for one of four fully-funded fellowships to the United Nations climate change negotiations in Santiago de Chile.
Since 2015 we have delivered cutting edge training, innovative media campaigns, and brought incredibly talented teams of young reporters to the UN climate negotiations.
They have delivered in-person trainings in more than 30 countries, hundreds of online webinars, and awarded travel scholarships to more than 350 young journalists.
They have run participatory media research in over 20 different countries, and are developing a unique data-analytics tool to give journalists the best possible chance to “cut through” national debates.
1. They are looking for great young voices who know how to reach a big audience.
2. You can publish in any language.
3. You can submit a video or article on a platform like Medium or social media, but they want to see you reach the biggest possible audience.
4. They accept applicants that are between 18 and 32 years old, but you are encouraged to apply anyway if you do not fulfill this requirement (age is just a number anyway).
5. Anyone can apply
1. The best 4 journalists will get a chance to attend and cover the COP25 in Chile, from 29th November to 14th December.
2. You will receive training on climate policy and journalism by Climate Tracker, get to attend the international climate negotiations and meet amazing people from everywhere in the world.
- Write an article about a fossil fuel project that needs to be stopped in your country.
- Publish your article. You have to find a news site, blog, newspaper, magazine, etc. willing to publish your article. It can be at a national, regional, local or international level. Aim for the one with best reach across the region.
- Submit your article link to our platform.
If you are from the Arab region or from Latinoamerica, we have designed specific competitions for you in your language. Please check here:
- Arab region competition: https://act.climatetracker.org/06c26e92-ae24-467d-a585-ca4d759cd89a
- Competencia de América Latina: https://act.climatetracker.org/9630329a-ba7c-4dfa-ba25-0d4f1e42c942