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Changing Coverage: An Assessment of the FEJI – ATREE Fellowships 2013-2017

Climate & Biodiversity | May 17, 2017

The Forum for Environmental Journalists in India and Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment have partnered to implement three years of journalism fellowships in India. Over the last three years, FEJI has tried to bridge the divide between the scientific community and journalists in order to bring the public the news it needs to make informed decisions about their political vote or economic spending. This report is an assessment of the work.

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