Deadline: the 2nd of June 2023. | Lucknow, India (Funded): EJN Communicators’ Workshop on Renewable Energy in 2023
The EJN Communicators’ Workshop on Renewable Energy 2023 is currently accepting applications. India has pledged to reduce its estimated carbon emissions by one billion metric tons, fulfill 50% of its energy needs with renewable energy, and reduce the emissions intensity of its GDP by 45% by 2030.
EJN has planned a three-day workshop for communicators to raise public awareness of these ambitious energy targets and the advancements made in India’s energy planning to far. The workshop sessions aim to improve the communicators’ abilities to investigate and report on renewable energy-related topics in India.
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As India works to increase the proportion of renewable energy in its overall energy mix, Earth Journalism Network (EJN) will facilitate interaction between communicators, researchers, subject experts, policymakers, and communities. This will give people a chance to learn more and develop a deeper understanding of the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. The workshop will take place from July 14–16, 2023, in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
The expenses for selected participants’ travel, lodging, and meals will be paid for by the organizers.
- Ensure that you are present for the entire workshop.
- possess some experience writing on science and/or the environment.
- English language comprehension and communication skills.
- Show an interest in issues related to renewable energy.
- Accept the organizers’ right to republish any output you provide for the workshop.
- You can select “Save Draft” if you wish to start the application and finish it later. You must go back to the opportunity and click “Apply now” once again to complete the application. After doing so, you can go back to the draft.
- Employees are required to present a note approving their attendance at the session from their supervisor.
- Two published samples from the applicant’s own work or links to internet publications are required. It is preferred to work on projects involving renewable energy.
Visit the EJN Communicators’ Workshop for further details.