United Nations Foundation 2022 Thomas Lovejoy Memorial Press Fellowship
The Press Fellowship will bring a group of journalists to the heart of the Amazon to explore issues of biodiversity, deforestation, and sustainable development.
The trip will take place the week of October 17, 2022, against the backdrop of a national election to determine Brazil’s next president, just three weeks ahead of COP27, and two months before the Biodiversity COP in December.
The Fellowship is named after the late Dr. Thomas Lovejoy, the renowned ecologist and Senior Fellow for the UN Foundation who first popularized the term “biodiversity.” Ten journalists will travel to Manaus, Brazil before spending three days at the remote research station in the Amazon, known as Camp 41, where they will have the opportunity to take guided tours of the world’s largest rainforest.
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United Nations Foundation Fellowship Program
Aim and Benefits of United Nations Foundation Fellowship Program
- Participants’ roundtrip airfare, visa fees, accommodations, and local travel in Brazil will be covered, along with most meals.
- Other expenses incurred during the trip may be eligible for reimbursement.
Requirements for United Nations Foundation Fellowship Program
- Open to journalists interested in covering climate change, sustainable development, biological science, and environmental issues, including biodiversity, deforestation, agriculture, nature-based climate solutions, and land use.
- Journalists from all countries are welcome to apply.
- Participating journalists will be expected to publish between two to four stories on the topics covered within six months of the fellowship’s conclusion.
Application DeadlineAugust 5, 2022
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to United Nations on docs.google.com