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Ecological & Environmental Reporting in India The Handbook for Media, NGOs & People

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By: Santosh Shintre(Author)
Ecological & Environmental Reporting in India
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Ecological & Environmental Reporting in India aims to empower constituents of the Indian media, NGOs and the general public; through building awareness about stark realities of critical environmental issues in India. It is a pioneering capacity building tool. For mainstream journalists and reporters it will be a handy reference volume. Many NGOs with their own publications, activists and people who enjoy a presence in alternative media outlets will also find it useful.

Fresh students of all media and communication disciplines all across India is yet another segment Ecological & Environmental Reporting in India aims to reach. It will introduce them to the fundamentals of environmental journalism with emphasis on the Indian context – from ethical codes for environmental journalists to investigative methods. It will also offer them the right perspective and information about topics like reporting on biodiversity, wildlife journalism and sustainability.

Carefully worked graphics, authentic photographs and detailed illustrations complement the researched content presented in Ecological & Environmental Reporting in India.

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