Oxford Climate Journalism Network
Final weekly roundup and update - 29 June, 2022


Phew, what a day yesterday. It was so nice to see you all for the goodbye chat and to hear about the different ways the OCJN has contributed to your lifes, from Bruna starting a new section, Tamukong thinking about new projects in his outlet and Nessa finding renewed courage after six months with this group. We are extremely grateful for the semester and especially for the lovely parting gift. 

This is the last weekly email, but you'll keep hearing from us. We'll shortly send a wrap up survey to understand how we did and we will keep hosting events. 

Thank you very much for your generosity during the course. We learned a lot and had a great time. Stay in touch!

Now, heere's what coming ahead:


🔥 Catching up next month. As promised, we wil host an event to chat about life after the OCJN and what's happening in your newsrooms and lives. Many talked about upcoming changes and we'll love to hear again from you. If you can, join on Tuesday, July 26th at 13:00 UK |  Join the event here


  • Some of the members organized a Whatsapp chat to stay in touch. If you're interested, you can join via the link Elisangela posted on Circle.
  • This is still open! If you wish to attend COP27, the Earth Journalism Network is looking for applications for its COP fellowship. Fermín is usually a trainer there, and past attendees (that I know of) include Mukesh and Baktygul. Deadline on July 4 | Find out more here
  • And this: the Thompson Reuters Foundation opened applications for a course on locally-led adaptation. It is aimed at multimedia reporters from developing countries, with some nationalities given priority. Please apply (even if you are not from the preferred group). Deadline on July 17 | Find out more here

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