Welcome to the #EFSJclimategrant!
Are you a journalist or a team of journalists based in Europe? Are you interested in climate change in Europe or beyond? If so, the #EFSJclimategrant is made for you.
This is an investigative grant to support journalistic projects about climate change science that have not yet been published. The jury is comprised of experienced journalists and scientists. Individual or team projects are eligible to apply, with at least one member being based in Europe, but the judges will give extra points to projects with a trans-national composition and for trans-media collaborative projects, especially those that include African journalists or are connected in some way to Africa. The deadline to apply is 22th of June 2020.
One to three projects will be awarded grants, worth up to a total of 12,000 euros. One of the laureates will also be awarded the NextJournalism Prize by the jury, including a 3-days international learning expedition and one masterclass and workshop in Paris with the CFJ.
The winner will be announced at the European Conference for Science Journalists on 1st or 2nd September 2020, in Trieste, Italy.
What are the rules ?
Let’s be serious for a while, please have a look at the rules (pdf) of the #EFSJclimategrant.
How to apply ?
First, please have a look at the call to application (pdf) and send us your ideas.
Don’t rush but don’t be late: we will accept your application until the 22th of June.
Who is the jury ?
- Michele Catanzaro & Vera Novais are two of the 2018 EFSJ climate grant laureates ;
- Olivier Dangles, researcher at the IRD, is the LIFE WITHOUT ICE project leader ;
- Rosa Maria Roman-Cuesta, researcher at CIFOR, is the CORESCAM project co-leader (on extreme events) ;
- Laurent Simon is cofounder and publisher of TheMetaNews ;
- Krijn Soeteman is the president of European federation of science journalism (EFSJ) ;
Who are our partners ?
The BNP Paribas Foundation, under the auspices of the Fondation de France, has been a major player in corporate philanthropy for the last thirty years..
About the CFJ Paris. For over seven decades, CFJ Paris has been teaching the fundamental values and ethical tenets behind journalism.
The European Federation for Science Journalism is a non-profit organisation that aims to promote independent, high-quality science journalism across Europe.