DEADLINE: DECEMBER 17, 2021 —The Solution Hack for Journalists masterclass is currently open for applications from editors, journalists and reporters.
The training is organized by the Lookout Station (EFI), a science-media initiative of the European Forest Institute, in partnership with Trase powered by the Stockholm Environmental Institute and Global Canopy.
Participants will learn how to explore the link between products, global trade and investments causing environmental destruction.
The Solution Hack for Journalists is a series of masterclasses that help to understand the problems of today’s economy and identify solutions that enable a systemic change.
This edition with the theme, “Hacking Finance to End Deforestation” will hold online on January 31, February 4, and February 8, 2022.
The deadline for applications is December 17, 2021.
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