The World Economic Forum has documented a collective $14 trillion pledged by the world’s 50 largest economies to help their countries recover from the impact of the pandemic. But despite this unprecedented opportunity to curb CO2 emissions and fund equitable and sustainable solutions to the climate crisis, less than one-fifth of committed spending is going towards green initiatives. What could a Covid-19 recovery look like if benefits to both people and planet were prioritized?
EJN is seeking to increase reporting on this emerging topic in order to improve public understanding of these actions and ensure that governments are held accountable for implementing recovery plans that work towards a sustainable future. This is a critically timed opportunity to shape investment for years to come, and for the public to have a voice in ensuring that their country is rebuilt better than before.
These story grants are a part of EJN’s Green Recovery project, supported by Svenska Postkodstiftelsen (the Swedish Postcode Foundation).
We welcome investigative and/or in-depth stories that engage audiences to better understand the commitments (or lack thereof) from governments, administrations, corporations and other authorities to progress towards a green, sustainable future. We are also seeking story pitches that more generally focus on energy and climate change at the national or international level.
Deadline : 10 january 2022, 11.59 PM (UTC-11)
If you encounter any difficulties submitting your application or have questions about the grants, please email email@example.com. Applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered.
Detail information, click https://earthjournalism.net/opportunities/story-grants-on-green-recovery-from-the-covid-19-pandemic
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