Call for applications: Biodiversity reporting 101

MANILA, Philippines – The ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) is pleased to invite interested reporters, editors, and communication officers to attend the Metro Manila leg of Biodiversity Reporting 101. 

​What is this project? 

Biodiversity Reporting 101 is an attempt to increase media interest on biological diversity. The project recognizes the crucial role of the mass media in making biodiversity a part of laymen’s everyday life and not just another intimidating scientific term.

The seminar-workshop aims to provide media practitioners with relevant information, key messages, and inputs related to biodiversity conservation in the ASEAN region.

Organized by ACB and supported by the US Embassy Manila, through the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI), Biodiversity Reporting 101 will be initially conducted in the Philippines. Eventually, the seminar-workshop will be replicated in other ASEAN Member States.

Who can join?

How can you join?

Those who want to learn more about biodiversity reporting should answer this form. Applications will be accepted until November 25, 2015.

When will this happen?

Why join this seminar-workshop?

Upon completion of the seminar-workshop, you will automatically become a member of the Southeast Asia Communication, Education, and Public Awareness (CEPA) Network on Biodiversity.

Participants will also have access to opportunities in the ASEAN region, particularly on biodiversity-related events. – Rappler.com

For inquiries, please email cepa@aseanbiodiversity.org. You may also log on to aseanbiodiversity.org/biodiversity101.