The Climate-Energy bursary will grant participants a deeper and more detailed insight into the respective topics and get the opportunity to work and specialize internationally alike.
The Climate-Energy bursary will grant participants a deeper and more detailed insight into the respective topics and get the opportunity to work and specialize internationally alike. In 2017, the climate-energy bursary was open to Germany applicants only to spend two months in either Poland or one of the Baltic countries. It is intended to extend the programme to other EU/EEC countries in the near future.
The programme starts with a three-day orientation conference in Berlin. Subsequently, the selected fellows begin their stay at the respective media host organizations in Poland or the Baltic States with a focus on climate and energy. Each of them receives a fellowship to help cover travel costs, accommodation and personal expenses during their stay. The programme concludes with a final meeting. The participants are asked to deliver a report of their experiences. All participants stay in touch with each other through the IJP alumni network and will start to build an expert network with counterparts of their host countries in the near future.
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IJP is a non-profit organization offering exchange programmes for journalists between Germany and more than 40 other countries and regions worldwide. These include the United States and Canada, Northern Europe and the Baltics, Poland, the Netherlands, Turkey, Latin America, East Asia, Russia, Southern Africa and the Middle East. The purpose of these exchanges is to allow participants to experience their host countries from a correspondent’s perspective, exchange knowledge and network within their field.
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The European Climate Initiative (EUKI):
This project is part of the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU). It is the overarching goal of the EUKI to foster climate cooperation within the European Union (EU) in order to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.