November 26, 2020

UNEP Backed Environmental Workshop for Caribbean Journalists

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Unknownby  Caribbean Climate Blog

The United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) has created a workshop strictly for Journalist.  This will educated many of us in the media to be better stewards towards the environment. 

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) will hold a training seminar called “The Ozone Layer and Chemical and Waste Management Challenges in the Caribbean” in Paramaribo, Suriname from March 5 to 7.

The workshop, which will be conducted in English, seeks to strengthen environmental journalism skills, provide media professionals with relevant information and inputs for transmitting messages related to environment protection and governance in the Caribbean.  Its primary target audience includes editors and journalists of print, broadcast periodicosand online media, as well as news agencies in the English-speaking Caribbean.

The workshop will focus on the Montreal Protocol for the Protection of the Ozone Layer and Chemical and Waste Management. The draft agenda is available at the following link:

UNEP’s Caribbean Environmental Programme notes that participants are required to publish at least one news story on one of the topics addressed during the workshop within two weeks of its conclusion in Paramaribo, in order to receive an official certificate of participation. UNEP says it will select a limited number of participants and will cover their travel expenses (airplane ticket, lodging and meals) as per UN rules. Learn more about the upcoming workshop here.

Source: UNEP – Caribbean Environment Programme

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