April 22, 2010

U of Toronto's Centre for Environment Research Day

On Earth Day, the University of Toronto will host a free presentation of research conducted by members of its Centre for Environment.

Doha CITES Roundup: Sharks, Ivory, Tuna, Polar Bears

Delegates at a meeting in Doha, Qatar, of the parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) neared the March 25 close of the 13-day meeting. They rejected proposals to regulate trade in three shark species, but accepted regulation of a fourth shark species. They held off sales of stockpiled elephant ivory for another three years. They rejected  ban on trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna and polar bears.

Source: NYTimes, 03/24/2010

Fund for Environmental Journalism

SEJ's Fund for Environmental Journalism provides grants for environmental reporting projects through a competitive process in two annual funding cycles. We can no longer accept applications for the November deadline.  Funding this round has been made available for story projects in three categories: 1) Open topic, including international; 2) coverage of land-use issues of North America; and 3) coverage of  biodiversity conservation and climate-change impacts in North America. Browse projects from previous rounds, made possible by talented journalists and generous donors. Recipients of FEJ Winter 2015 - 2016 grants will be annouced in January. 

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