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Journalism products across the world have reduced their coverage of environmental facts. Shrinkage of newsrooms and tabloidization of content hit most publications and broadcasts in an era of profit driven media business. Due to economic downturn, issues related to climate change are endangered to become rather exotic. Thus we urge you to support environmental journalism and journalists in Eastern Europe and the Balkans – regions with weak media businesses and extremely low coverage of the environment.

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PEOPLE’S CLIMATE CASE: EU taken to Court for failing to impose a robust emission reduction plan

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A Forest Is A Levee

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Merano, A History Carved with Water

  In an unusual rain pouring cold morning Mayor Paul Rüsch, a rather non-political bonhomme, guided us through the history […]

How Hydropower Turned Hohe Tauern into a National Park

  Nature protection history and ecological hotspots started in the 1970s, says Florian Jurgeit, planner with the Hohe Tauern National […]

Is There Life after Skiing?

  Why do we have to ski all the time?, asks Dominik Siegrist, an actual avid skier and leader of […]