Climate Coverage: Journalists Collaborate on Global Level

Danish students covering the COP 15 climate summit in Copenhagen.

GEJI is a project started in 2008 by four Australian and five European universities that are leaders in journalism education in their countries.

By Asbjørn Slot Jørgensen

The Global Environmental Journalism Initiative – GEJI – involves

* International collaboration in the teaching and learning of journalism about environmental sustainability.
* Students working together locally and globally to produce journalism about environmental topics.
* The building of an international archive of research materials and reports on global environmental journalism in the form of a wiki.

Project sponsors are the EU Commission and the Australian Government.

GEJI is a European Union (EU)/Australia Cooperation in Higher Education and Training project.

These projects operate under the rubric of the European Commission’s Industrialised Country Instrument Education Cooperation Programme (ICI ECP) a under the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) and are jointly funded by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations and the European Commission.

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