Due Date: August 15, 2019
Applications are open for the Pulitzer Center Connected Coastlines Reporting Effort 2019 The Connected Coastlines is a collective reporting effort on environment science in U.S. seaside states.
Supported by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Department of Science Education, the effort will construct a consortium of independent newsrooms and reporters to record the unknown or unappreciated methods which environment modification is impacting seaside populations.
This reporting effort intends to increase awareness in regional neighborhoods that are currently browsing altering weather condition, flooding, and temperature level patterns due to environment modification.
- Grants are planned to cover reporting expenses and are based upon affordable, in-depth budget plans. Pu; itzer Center anticipates wire service to pay reporters for their work, though in remarkable cases, they might think about stipends to cover a press reporter’s time.
- Open for all newsrooms and reporters who reside in U.S. seaside states;-LRB- **************).
- Propositions are welcome for all kinds of reporting: tv, radio, print, multimedia, online, photography, and information journalism.
- Propositions need to likewise consist of a strategy to utilize the reporting to engage regional audiences in conversations about environment problems, consisting of– however not restricted to– outreach to regional schools and universities.
For more details, go to Pulitzer Center