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Using media to protect the environment
If temperatures continue to rise within the next generation as predicted, people living in poverty will be the worst affected. It is essential that people in developing countries receive accurate information about climate change and other environmental changes such as deforestation, soil erosion and pollution. They also need skills and knowledge to cope with natural disasters. More about how we are using media to protect the environment
On the 'front line' of climate change
BBC journalist Ed Butler reports on the experiences of the Mursi people of southern Ethiopia.  Read more
Talking loud and clear about climate change in Africa
Africa Talks Climate, a major research and communications initiative funded by the British Council, has been launched ahead of this December’s crucial COP15 climate change summit in Copenhagen.  Read more
Raising awareness of climate change in S America
More than 160 government officials, politicians and journalists attended the first stage of an FCO-funded climate change project in South America.  Read more
We are working in partnership with media professionals, local authorities, and national and international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the Eastern Caribbean to build public awareness of climate change and the need for national and regional environmental policies.   Read more
India: focus on the environment
We worked in partnership with The Energy Resources Institute (TERI), Television Trust for the Environment (TVE) and the Stockholm Environment Institute to mobilise public opinion around the environment by improving the media's coverage of environmental issues and helping environmental activists communicate their messages more effectively.  Read more
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