In a warming world, developing countries are being hit hard by drought, storms and sea-level rise. Their efforts to develop energy resources is increasingly complicated by choices between cheap fossil fuels and more costly clean energy. With political strife and economic woes often taking precedence over environmental issues, what are environmental journalists in the developing world doing to get their messages heard?
May 29, 2013
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Imelda Abano, president, Philippine Network of Environmental Journalists Inc., Philippines
Gustavo Faleiros, environmental journalist; Knight Fellow, Brazil
Lican Liu, water director, Greenovation Hub, China
Michael Simire, deputy Sunday editor, Daily Independent, Nigeria
Tags: climate change, environmental journalism