REPORTING ‘GLOCAL’ Local concerns, global fallouts: Understanding environmental issues for better reportage A media briefing for rural, regional and local journalists | Centre for Science and Environment


REPORTING ‘GLOCAL’ Local concerns, global fallouts: Understanding environmental issues for better reportage A media briefing for rural, regional and local journalists

 


A media briefing for rural, regional and local journalists
Sambalpur, Odisha

December 18-19, 2012

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi and the Water Initiatives Odisha (WIO) organised a workshop on environment and its reportage for journalists with a track record of covering local environmental issues in any language – working in the smaller towns of Odisha Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Bihar.

While issues of local relevance, such as mining, forest rights, water, land and agriculture, were covered in the workshop, panels also included editors who gave their perspectives to make reporting and pitching more reader friendly.

For more details, please get in touch with 

Papia Samajdar of CSE at papia@cseindia.org / 09811906977
 

 This workshop is supported by Jamsetji Tata Trust

 

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