Causa Natura

Causa Natura is a newsroom that promotes a more sustainable and inclusive world through investigative journalism, data, expert analysis, and openness to plural discussion. We cover  a wide range of topics from oceans, energy transition, protected natural areas, climate change, pollution, and environmental public policies in Mexico and Latin America.

Cleberson Santos

Cleberson Santos is a reporter for Agência Mural and a correspondent for Capão Redondo, low-income area in São Paulo’s south zone, since 2019. He graduated in journalism from Anhembi Morumbi University, and worked for Terra and Rádio Jovem Pan websites, both in the sports section. He was also a freelancer at UOL website, producing content

Aldem Bourscheit

Brazilian Luxembourgian journalist covering for more than two decades stories on Nature Conservation, Science, Environmental Crimes, Traditional and Indigenous Communities. Worked in newspapers, radio stations, federal and state governments, non-governmental organizations and private sector. Post-graduate in Environment, Economy and Society from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences – Flacso (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Specialized also

Calvin Manika

Calvin Manika is a journalist with five years of practicing experience. He has worked with Al Jazeera, The Continent and The Independent UK. In the past two years he has worked with The Citizen Bulletin part-time reporting on environment, public health, elections, and economic and social justice. Manika joins The Citizen Bulletin as a full

Agência Mural

Agência Mural de Jornalismo das Periferias is a non-profit local news organization that covers exclusively the low income, underserved and underprivileged communities of the 39 cities that make up the metropolitan area of Greater São Paulo through a network of “Muralistas,” or communicators who live or grew up in these neighborhoods. Agência Mural’s mission is

The Citizen Bulletin

Launched in 2017, The Citizen Bulletin is a digital-first newsroom that produces hard-hitting longform reporting for the greater region of Matabeleland, south-western Zimbabwe. We cover core news and focus on special-interest beats such as public health, education and environment. We are a fully distributed team that is dedicated to mission-driven high-quality journalism that cuts through

((o))eco

((o))eco is a non-profit journalism organization founded in 2004 to document the challenges, setbacks and advances of issues related to nature conservation, biodiversity and environmental policy in Brazil. Considered one of the largest environmental vehicles in Brazil, ((o))eco provides an important service to society by communicating nature conservation efforts in the six Brazilian biomes, raising

Aathira Perinchery

Aathira Perinchery is a trained wildlife biologist turned journalist whose writing focuses on ecology, conservation and wildlife research in India. Perinchery’s previous bylines can be found in The Wire, Mongabay-India, The Print and The Hindu, among others. She is also a grantee of the Earth Journalism Network.

The Wire

The Wire is an independent online news publisher from India. Founded in 2015, The Wire has gained wide-spread recognition and acclaim for its fearless style of journalism. As a publication, The Wire is firmly committed to the public interest and democratic values. Besides providing authoritative analysis and commentary, The Wire is a platform driven by