5 years of environmental journalism in Indonesia
May26

5 years of environmental journalism in Indonesia

Last week Mongabay-Indonesia—our Indonesian-language environmental news service—celebrated its fifth anniversary with an event held at @America in Jakarta. The following traces Mongabay-Indonesia’s evolution from a concept to a popular web site whose influence extends well beyond Indonesia. Five and a half years ago, Mongabay was a two-person organization. While our site was well-respected and widely-read in the conservation community, we had big ideas that could never be realized under our advertising-based business model of the time. One of those ideas was to build an Indonesian environmental news service. Why Indonesia? Firstly, it has a huge amount of biodiversity living among its many ecosystems ranging from coral reefs to rainforests, much is which is threatened by unsustainable harvesting and habitat conversion, degradation, and destruction. It also has a huge human population which lacked reliable access to environmental news. In the early 2010s, Indonesia looked to be at a potential inflection point where it could shift from a deforestation-driven development model that laid waste to its biological and cultural diversity to something greener, perhaps following the path pioneered by Brazil, which had recently curbed deforestation in the Amazon while still expanding agricultural output. There was high-level political support from then president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, a billion dollar commitment from Norway to fund efforts to reduce deforestation, and new pledges from several companies to reduce or eliminate deforestation from their palm oil supply chains. Given that one of the major obstacles to progress in Indonesia was corruption in the natural resources sector, an environmental news service that increased transparency and accountability around forests might actually make a significant contribution toward shifting business-as-usual practices. Environmental journalism seemed to offer the potential to help create an enabling environment for others—advocacy groups, researchers, progressive companies, communities, and the bureaucracies—working on forests and related issues in Indonesia. So with the intent of building such a service, in 2012 I formed a non-profit: Mongabay.org. Its first project was Mongabay-Indonesia: an Indonesian-language environmental news service, for Indonesians and by Indonesians. After securing our first organizational grant, I posted three job descriptions in English and Indonesian. The response was overwhelming: more than 200 applications came in just three weeks. Two weeks later, we hired the team, which was led by Ridzki Sigit, our program manager. I really didn’t know what to expect. I didn’t speak in Indonesian and most of my time in the country had been spent in remote forests, not cities. But I put my faith in my small team and was rewarded with remarkable success. Within three months of hiring the team, Mongabay-Indonesia was arguably the most popular web site dedicated to environmental issues in Indonesia....

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Mongabay Job Opportunity – Video Manager
May19

Mongabay Job Opportunity – Video Manager

Mongabay’s Video Manager will lead our efforts to build out our conservation video program, including producing our own video content and serving as a liaison to production partners. This individual’s duties will include: – working with staff editors to determine what pieces get turned into video; – managing video submissions from field correspondents and editing these into videos for social media; – leading the development of any “live” content that might be streamed from staff or correspondents; – developing and maintaining our YouTube channel as well as posting to our other social media channels; – working with editors to post video content in Mongabay news articles; – analyzing collected viewership data across various platforms; and – serving as a liaison to video production partners who may develop some short-form pieces into longer, higher-production value videos and films SKILLS At the heart of Mongabay is a spirit of innovation. We’re open to trying new ideas, adapting existing models, and phasing out underperforming projects in our quest to deliver the best products and services possible given our resources. Due to our culture and global at-home staff, the most successful employees at Mongabay are adept at working independently, and produce consistent high-quality work by taking initiative and thinking creatively about solutions to problems. Some skills that are required in this position are: – Video production and editing experience, especially with short-form content – Advanced understanding of post production, workflow and production management – Film/camera handling experience a plus, but not required – On screen experience not required – Understanding of the video, documentary, and film sectors, including distribution – Social media expertise, including social marketing – Ability to make timely decisions and demonstrate good judgment – Exceptional written and verbal communication skills – English as a first language (or exceptional fluency in both writing and speaking) – Providing other support as needed to ensure content meets Mongabay’s high standards of professionalism, consistency, authenticity, and reliability – Extremely self-directed and motivated – Strong sense of professionalism and reliability – Ability to adjust approaches according to feedback – Contributes to the team effort by following through on tasks and delivering results DESIRED EXPERIENCE & REQUIREMENTS – Prior experience – one to four years of video production and editing experience – Technical experience – Microsoft Office, WordPress (or similar), Google Drive, Adobe premiere, Adobe After Effects, FCPX, Avid Media Composer, YouTube, Social Media – Location – Mongabay does not have a physical office, but due to the need to serve as a liaison to video partners, we have a very strong preference for candidates based in the New York City and Greater Los Angeles areas....

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New reporting opportunity: Amazon Infrastructure
May03

New reporting opportunity: Amazon Infrastructure

The battle for the Amazon Plans currently call for more than 400 new hydroelectric dams on the rivers of the Amazon basin and on its headwaters tributaries — projects that would block the region’s free-flowing streams and lead to major deforestation, habitat loss and degradation, and possible ecosystem collapse. With this dam building frenzy would come accompanying infrastructure: roads, railways, industrial waterways, transmission lines, new mining operations, agribusiness expansion, logging and settlement Mongabay is looking for article pitches that detail the wide-ranging environmental impacts of hydropower development and ancillary infrastructure development in Amazonia, with a special emphasis on dam building projects in Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, and Brazil (Tapajós basin and elsewhere). We welcome original pitches on any Amazon Infrastructure issue. Here are some suggested topics: environmental impacts, finance and energy development, social impacts and resistance, focus on a specific dam/region, how alternative energy could do away with need for dams. Click here to read more about this opportunity and how to apply....

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New reporting opportunity – Global Environmental Impacts of U.S. Policy
May03

New reporting opportunity – Global Environmental Impacts of U.S. Policy

The mainstream media is widely reporting the most obvious planet-wide impacts of the U.S. government’s recent drastic shift away from policies protecting the environment, in favor of extraction, development and fossil fuels. But there are other policy initiatives in the pipeline, from both the Trump administration and Congress, which will likely have major international repercussions for the global environment. Over the coming months, Mongabay will utilize its international team of contributors and its reputation for insightful reporting on global environmental issues to investigate and analyze international ecosystem impacts resulting from shifting U.S. policies. Mongabay is looking for untold stories of repercussions that new U.S. policies will have on the ground outside the United States, in other nations or regions — impacts on foreign ecosystems, habitats, forests, endangered species and indigenous peoples around the globe. Click here to read more about this opportunity and how to...

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Mongabay in the news, March 2017
Apr28

Mongabay in the news, March 2017

Mongabay’s original reporting is republished and referenced widely by other media outlets in multiple languages, most recently in the BBC to Jakarta Globe and La Semana. In March, Mongabay broke stories like the grounding of a cruise ship on a world-renowned reef in Indonesia, which then appeared in The Guardian and thereafter at BBC, Yahoo News, and many others. Then the news that celebrated musician Paul Simon’s new tour will benefit conservation initiatives of the E.O. Wilson Foundation appeared at Mongabay, and this news was reported on by Rolling Stone, Billboard, and many other entertainment, pop culture, and general interest news outlets afterward. Plus the findings of numerous other articles from ongoing Mongabay series also appeared widely as usual. Here’s a selection of where our reporting turned up this month: AOL News, Africa Insider, Alternet, Asia Pacific Report, Asia Times, BBC News, BBC Mundo, Billboard, Courrier International, Daily Collegian, Daily Hampshire Gazette, Daily Mail, Eco-Business, Ecowatch, The Ecologist, El Espectador, Eurasia Times, Frontier Myanmar, Gizmodo, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Humanitarian News, IFL Science, The Independent, Inhabitat, The Intercept, International News Lens, Jakarta Globe, La Nacion, The Malay Mail, Malaysia Digest, Maritime Executive, Mashable, Mekong Eye, National Geographic, New Security Beat, Pacific Standard, Periodista Digital, La Prensa, Publimetro, RPP Noticias, Rolling Stone, Scroll, Seattle Times, Semana, Straits Times, Truthout, Vice, Viet Nam News, The Wire, Xposé, and Yahoo News. Image: capybaras on a beach in Colombia, by Rhett A. Butler...

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Intern for Mongabay
Apr03

Intern for Mongabay

Get published on a leading environmental news site, improve your writing ability, and become part of a community of passionate and talented journalists by interning at Mongabay! We are now launching our application for our Environmental Journalism Internship program for Summer of 2017. Applications are accepted until June 2, 2017 for our July – December 2017...

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Mongabay in the news, February 2017
Mar31

Mongabay in the news, February 2017

Mongabay’s original reports are republished and referenced widely by other media outlets, from the New York Times to India Times, here’s a selection of where they turned up in February 2017: AFK Insider, Amazonia Brasiliera, Asia Times, Brasil de Fato, Christian Science Monitor, Confidencial, DGR News, Down to Earth, Eco-Business, Ecowatch, Epoch Times, Frontier Myanmar, Green Biz, Humanitarian News, Hydro World, Illegal Logging Info, India Times, The Intercept-Brasil, Mekong Eye, Millennium Post, National Geographic, New Security Beat, New York Times, News Lens International, Pacific Standard, Scroll, Truthout, The Wire, and Yale Environment 360. Anyone interested in republishing Mongabay articles may do so freely via our Creative Commons license, learn how here. Image: Great Mormon (Papilio memnon) butterfly feeding on a red hibiscus in...

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Meet the Mongabay team in New York City, April 5
Mar29

Meet the Mongabay team in New York City, April 5

Several members of Mongabay’s global team are converging on New York City in early April, and we’d like to meet our readers, writers, and friends in the area! Find us at Bernheim and Schwartz, 2911 Broadway, near Columbia University on April 5th from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at a large table near the bar, look for the Mongabay logo and say hello. We’ll buy some appetizers for all to enjoy while we talk about conservation, environmental science, the latest features at Mongabay.com, and more. This is an informal gathering lacking speeches and such, we’d just like to meet up with friends and contacts both old and new. We hope you can join...

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Mongabay in the news January 2017
Feb22

Mongabay in the news January 2017

Our original reporting is republished and referenced widely, here’s a taste of where it turned up in January 2017: African Forest Forum, Alternet, Amazon Watch, América Latina en Movimiento, ASEAN Peatlands Project, Asia Times, Aspire Market Guide, AWPA Sydney News, BillMoyers.com, Catch News, Christian Science Monitor, Coalwire, Coconuts Jakarta, Common Dreams, Desacato, Eco-Business, Ecodaily.org, Ecowatch, El Espectador, Ensia, Focusing on Wildlife, The Guardian, Global Wildlife Conservation , Globedia, Huffington Post, Humanitarian News, Illegal Logging Portal, The Intercept-Brasil, Intercontinental Cry, International Biosecurity News, Irish Times, Just Conservation, Korea IT Times, La Historia, Lado B, Lamula, Latin America Bureau, Mekong Eye, The New Daily, Netherlands Biodiversity Information Facility, Nexus Magazine, Nya Dagbladet, Open Channels, Open Source Intelligence, Pacific Standard, Publimetro, Revitalization News, RPP News, Scroll, Segundo Enfoque, Semana, Sul 21, Today Eco, Truthout, We Resist, We Seek the Truth, West Papua Action Network, and The Wire. Anyone interested in republishing Mongabay articles may do so freely via our Creative Commons license, learn more here. Image: Kuhl’s flying...

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Mongabay is hiring an Indonesia-based staff writer
Feb10

Mongabay is hiring an Indonesia-based staff writer

Mongabay, a non-profit news media organization, currently seeks a full-time Indonesia-based staff writer to adapt content from our Indonesian-language site into English and do original English-language reporting on environmental issues in Indonesia. The Indonesian staff writer will be responsible for adapting articles on a near-daily basis about environmental issues — especially those related to coal, fisheries, forests, land use change, and conservation — to be published on our English-language news site. Read more about this position and how to apply....

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New Reporting Opportunity – Conservation Effectiveness in Madagascar
Feb09

New Reporting Opportunity – Conservation Effectiveness in Madagascar

Mongabay is excited to announce a new special reporting project that aims to explore the effectiveness of conservation spending and interventions in Madagascar. The project, housed under our Mongabay Reporting Network (MRN) program, is open to journalists with strong analytical skills, story-telling abilities, and experience in doing deep investigative reporting on complex issues. This project coincides with a sharp increase in tourism and overseas development aid for conservation in Madagascar, a top biodiversity hotspot that has been heavily impacted by habitat destruction and degradation in recent decades. We’re interested in learning how past conservation funds were used and how effective that spending was in Madagascar as well as the prospects for conservation in the country going forward. We expect to engage one or two journalists to do an extended series of stories for this project. Travel grants for reporting are available. Click here to read more about this opportunity and how to...

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Mongabay in the news December 2016
Jan29

Mongabay in the news December 2016

Mongabay.com features were republished in, or cited heavily by, the following media outlets in December 2016: AFK Insider, Africa Geographic, Alternet, Asian Correspondent, BillMoyers.com, Catch News, Coconuts Jakarta, Common Dreams, Down to Earth , EJU TV, Earth First Journal, Eco-Business, Ecowatch, El Espectador, Farmlandgrab.org, Financial Tribune, Focusing on Wildlife, Front Page Africa, La Historia, Hydro World, The Intercept-Brasil, International Business Times, Nature World News, Pacific Standard, REDD Monitor, Science News Daily, Science World Report, Scroll, La Semana, Truth-out, and Utne...

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Travel fellowships for science journalists
Jan26

Travel fellowships for science journalists

Robert Irion, director emeritus of the science journalism program at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a member of the local organizing committee for the World Conference of Science Journalists 2017, alerted us to an exciting opportunity for international science journalists. He graciously offered to do a write up detailing the opportunity. Please note the application deadline in March 15.   World Conference of Science Journalists 2017 offers travel fellowships to international journalists and students In October 2017, the biennial World Conference of Science Journalists will meet in the United States for the first time. The conference, set for October 26-30 in San Francisco, will attract 1,200 science writers from around the world for workshops on science journalism, talks by leading researchers, and science-based field trips. Meeting organizers have announced a travel fellowship program to offset costs for international journalists and students who otherwise would not be able to attend the meeting. Recipients will receive full travel expenses, lodging, and free meeting registration. The organizers especially encourage established and new journalists from developing countries to apply for fellowships. Journalists may apply for a General Travel Fellowship if they write, edit, or produce science news, information, or commentary for the public; teach science journalism; or are a member of a World Federation of Science Journalists member association, and would not be able to attend the conference without financial assistance. In addition to conference-only fellowships, a limited number of participants will be awarded fellowships that guarantee seats in pre-conference workshops in addition to generous travel funding. Fellowship applicants can register their interest in two programs during the application process: * A workshop for journalists who cover basic science or would like to improve their basic science knowledge. * A workshop for science journalists in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Student Travel Fellowship program will provide special training, mentoring, editing, and publication opportunities for students interested in writing, editing, or producing science news, information, or commentary for the public as a career. Priority for these fellowships will be given to U.S. and international students at the undergraduate level, although graduate students in the sciences or early-career writers without access to formal training programs in journalism also are welcome to apply. All student fellows will attend a pre-conference training workshop with veteran science journalists to discuss the basics of covering science news. Each fellow will write two articles about sessions during the conference: one on a science session and one on a science writing panel discussion. Volunteer editors will work with each student fellow on revisions. The training workshop and all meeting sessions will be conducted in English, and all stories...

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Mongabay adds a leading ecologist and a noted conservationist to its board
Jan12

Mongabay adds a leading ecologist and a noted conservationist to its board

Mongabay is excited to welcome two new board members. Cynthia Adams and Rodolfo Dirzo bring a wide variety of experience and skills to the organization and will provide a powerful boost as Mongabay continues to grow into its role as one of the world’s most reliable sources for environmental science and conservation news. It was challenging to condense Cynthia’s experience as a conservationist into a single statement given the depth and breadth of her work, but she did offer some background on her impact on conservation in Alaska. “I’ve been active in the environmental movement since the early 70’s when I went to Alaska to help protect that last, great wilderness,” she said. “I was seldom a frontline activist in terms of testifying and helping to draft policies, but I was definitely the one who engaged individuals and grantmakers to support our work.” “One of my proudest moments was when President Carter signed the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act on Dec. 2, 1980. It was a long, hard battle and we all felt as if we actually accomplished our goal.” Cindy also offered some valuable insight into the important role journalism will play in conservation moving into the future. “Good journalism is imperative if we want to influence our leaders, both nationally and globally. You can only get people to change their opinions if you feed them facts, and let them draw their own conclusions. That’s why I feel Mongabay, the articles they write and the research they uncover, will play such a vital role in the years to come.” Rodolfo Dirzo serves as the principal investigator at Stanford University’s Dirzo Lab, which conducts in-depth studies on many facets of our planet’s ecology. Mongabay’s board is already exceptionally strong in the realm of science, and Rodolfo will bring it to the next level. Rodolfo believes that Mongabay plays a pivotal role in not only dispersing the findings of the life sciences academic community but making it palatable for the general public. “We need tools to ‘socialize’ such knowledge—to make sure the rest of society appreciates the beauty of our natural world, as explained by science, and the significance thereof to human wellbeing,” he said. “This is where environmental journalism becomes a fundamental ally of scientists, and I am delighted that Mongabay has become such an effective ally.” The new board additions come as Mongabay is rapidly expanding its team, readership, and impact. Over the past two years, Mongabay’s staff has tripled while its contributor network has grown by 150 in more than 40 countries. Mongabay now provides daily environmental science and conservation news in English, Spanish, and Indonesian...

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New Reporting Opportunity – Cattle and Central American Forests
Jan09

New Reporting Opportunity – Cattle and Central American Forests

Mongabay is excited to announce our new Cattle and Central American Forests Mongabay Reporting Network (MRN), which aims to inform the world about the scale, scope, and impact of cattle production on Central America’s forests and wildlife at the regional level. Pasture lands are one of the main drivers of destruction and degradation of tropical forests in Central America. They are often located on the most fertile lands in the region (volcanic and floodplain soils) which had supported lush forests. Driven by demand, the expansion has continued, and now, small-scale farmers are being displaced for further expansion of pasture land, and they in turn are increasingly clearing forests in order to regain their lost livelihoods. Articles produced under this MRN will focus on the following topics: illegal cattle production, the role of national governments, the fate of small-scale farmers, the relationship between illegal cattle ranching and narcotrafficking, the relationship between cattle ranching and deforestation, the impacts of the current situation on indigenous communities, and solutions to the problem. Click here to read more about this opportunity and how to...

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Mongabay’s achievements in 2016 and a look ahead
Dec23

Mongabay’s achievements in 2016 and a look ahead

2016 has been an exciting year of rapid growth and achievement for Mongabay, including organizational strengthening, expansion into new markets, and stepped-up content production. Our efforts in 2016 have strengthened Mongabay as an institution such that we’re producing higher quality content from correspondents in more places than ever before. Our Spanish-language news service is off to a strong start, not only reaching critical new audiences, but helping us improve our English-language reporting through access to on-the-ground correspondents and contacts throughout the biodiversity hotspot of Central and South America. We launched an impact tracking system to help us better understand how our reporting is driving positive change on the ground. We are thrilled that our reporting positively impacts conservation efforts and boosts the capacity of all those who are working on behalf of our planet.   In 2016 Mongabay: Produced 1,300 stories in English, 2,000 in Indonesian, and 500 in Spanish. Translated over 300 stories into Simplified Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Portuguese. Doubled the size of the staff and correspondent network, enabling us to do higher quality reporting in key locations and expanding our impact. We now have more than 180 correspondents and contributors in 50+ countries, an increase from 30 correspondents in a handful of countries just two years ago. Formally launched Mongabay-Latam, a Spanish-language environmental news service in Latin America, which already has 100,000 monthly readers and was honored as a finalist for Peru’s prestigious National Journalism Award in December. Established a bi-weekly podcast to reach new audiences and leverage the great content our news team is producing. Received 28 million visits across our English, Spanish, and Indonesian sites. Launched new special reporting projects, including Indonesian coal, Asian rhinos, Asia infrastructure, Mekong dams, global forests, and the Great Ape crisis. Increased our social media presence and engagement, especially on Facebook, where average weekly participation jumped 20-fold over a year ago. Added to our library more than 12,000 nature and wildlife photos taken by our staff. Had hundreds of stories republished in other media outlets, ranging from The Guardian to Pacific Standard. Achieved a renewal rate of 100 percent among our foundation supporters, demonstrating successful program implementation   We have big plans for 2017. Here are a few high priority areas for us in the new year: Video initiative and mobile app: We intend to launch a video initiative which will extend the reach of our content and engage new audiences. We’ll also roll out a new mobile app. Impact tracking: With the impact tracking system in place, we’ll be able to gain valuable insights on how to best use the platform and integrate it into our...

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Overcoming the fake news deluge: an opportunity to support Mongabay
Dec16

Overcoming the fake news deluge: an opportunity to support Mongabay

The “spirit of giving” has arrived at Mongabay’s doorstep this holiday season! With gratitude Mongabay is pleased to announce that another donor has offered $10,000 for an end-of-year matching gift opportunity. All donations will be matched one to one until we reach our $10,000 goal – this offer ends the first week of January. By supporting Mongabay, one can reassert the importance of real journalism and analysis as a methodology for tackling pressing environmental issues. Rhett Butler, founder and CEO of Mongabay, believes the organization’s accurate reporting results partly from its business model. “Because Mongabay is not for profit, we can focus on presenting the facts without bias or sensationalizing. We don’t need click bait to drive traffic for ad revenue. Our readers demand fact-based journalism, and they are the source of our income.” Over the years, Mongabay has garnered the respect of conservationists, policy makers, scientists and everyday citizens alike because of its reliable reporting. The rise and apparent ramifications of “fake news”, targeted misinformation campaigns, and an incoming US administration that is hostile to the media all threaten journalism as a primary mechanism that informs society. “It’s an alarming development”, says Dave Martin, director of partnerships for Mongabay. “It demonstrates that now, more than ever, is the time to support accuracy in reporting, science, and the predominance of factual information. I’m hoping that people who care about these issues really double down on supporting great organizations in order to counter balance such emerging threats”. Mongabay has years of experience offering high-quality reporting, and aims to continue to be a go-to resource for reliable conservation news and analysis. Take advantage of this opportunity by donating here Please contact Dave Martin (dave [at] mongabay.org) for all...

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Mongabay in the News – November 2016
Dec07

Mongabay in the News – November 2016

Mongabay mentions in November 2016. News, blogs, and more AOL Travel, Alternative News Project, Amazonia Real, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Before the Flood, Bioclime, Business and Human Rights Centre, Care2, Catch News, CBC Radio, Clean Malaysia, Climate Engineering News, Cronacaqui.it, Daily Mail, Digital Geography, EJU TV, El Diario, El Espectador, Eco-Business.com, EcoTopical, Elsevier, Epoch Times, EthioExplorer, Ethiopia Observer, Ethiopian Headline News, FarmlandGrab.org, Finanza Online, FishBio, Focusing on Wildlife, Forest Business, Forest Industry.com, Forest Monitor, Fox News, Frontier Myanmar, Front Page Africa, Good News Magazine, Ground Report India, Huffington Post, Hydroworld.com, International Business Times, International Green Purchasing Network, Info Congo, IntellAsia.net, International Rivers, Irawaddy News, Knack, La Historia, Le Vif, Mangrove Action Project, MSN News, Nature World News, Pacific Standard, Peru Reports, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Radio Free, Rainforest Action Network, REDD Monitor, Radio Ecoshock, Republic of Mining, RPP News, Save the Elephants, Science Alert, Science World Report, Scroll, Signs of the Times, The Guardian, The Mining Hub, The Wire, Timberbiz.au, TodayEco.com, TruthOut, Timber Trade Federation, TTX Vanganh, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Utero.pe, Washington Post, Xinhua News, and ZME...

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Intern with us at Mongabay
Nov29

Intern with us at Mongabay

Get published on a leading environmental news site, improve your writing ability, and become part of a community of passionate and talented journalists by interning at Mongabay! We are now launching our application for our Environmental Journalism Internship program for Spring of 2017.   Applications are accepted until December 16, 2017 for our January – June 2017...

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Mongabay in the news – September 2016
Oct23

Mongabay in the news – September 2016

Mongabay mentions in September 2016. News, blogs, and more Agencia de Informaciones Mercosur, beforeitsnews.com, Belize News, bioIntel, biosphereonline.com, Business for Environment Global Summit, canindia.com, Coconuts.co, Daily Climate, Daily Maverick, Daily Pioneer, earthjournalism.net, Eco-Business, EFE Verde, Efecto Cocuyo, El Comercio, Farmlandgrab.org, Focusing on Wildlife, Global Warming News, Greenpeace, Huckberry, humanitariannews.org, humantrafficking.co.za, illegal-logging.info, India Environment Portal, intellasia.net, International Green Purchasers Network, internationalrivers.org, La Prensa Grafica, Lanka Page, Natural Capital Coalition, Nip Impressions, Ojo-Publico, Pacific Standard, Redd Monitor, responsiblebusiness.com, RPP, Sarawak Report, Save The Elephants, scoop.it, The Dodo, The Daily Beast, Truth Out, Underwater Times, VOA Indonesia, Voice of America, and Zambian News...

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