Covering the Climate and Water Nexus in Southeast Asia

Covering the Climate and Water Nexus in Southeast Asia

The project aims to support journalists in Southeast Asia in producing stories that explore the interconnectedness of climate change and water issues, with a focus on regional and country-specific perspectives

Quezon City | Started on 01/05/2022 – Concluded on 25/11/2022

Climate change affects various aspects of economies, societies, and culture, including water availability, leading to droughts, flooding, sea-level rise, coastal erosion, and storms. The project is a collaboration between Climate Tracker and Internews Earth Journalism Network, aiming to empower journalists in Southeast Asia to produce stories that examine the climate and water nexus from regional and country-specific angles. By shedding light on the impacts of climate change on water security and conflicts, the project seeks to enhance public understanding and awareness of this critical issue.

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