Environment, Health & Resilience

In a world of information overload we work with journalists, news organisations and partners to make sure environment and health issues remain at the top of the news agenda.

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From setting up a climate change news desk, pioneering HIV and AIDS reporting in developing country media, to creating the first service dedicated to the coverage of land rights, Thomson Reuters Foundation has always been committed to environmental reporting.  

Our programmes are having an impact around the world.  We work with partners including the United Nations Foundation, UNICEF and the International Fund for Agricultural Development, helping journalists write compelling stories on the Sustainable Development Goals, cover health and child immunisation in India, and understand the myriad of issues affecting those in rural poverty.
  • Building the Capacity of Journalists in Asia and the Pacific

    Building the Capacity of Journalists in Asia and the Pacific

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  • Reporting Malaria

    Since the turn of the century, the fight against malaria has made tremendous progress and global malaria death rates dropped substantially. Developments in disease prevention and treatments have helped to ease the burden of the disease, but challenges to reducing malaria incidence persist. Media plays a critical role in creating a sustained and informed discourse on any public health initiative, and to that end has a responsibility to be impartial, responsible and informed.

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