The National Press Foundation has chosen 20 journalists for our upcoming program, Understanding Fishing and Conservation Challenges.
Over five days, journalists will take a deep dive into the challenges facing the world’s oceans. They will learn about the impact of climate change and development on coastal communities and marine health; sustainable fishing practices; offshore drilling; seafood fraud and mislabeling; and more.
The training will take place March 17-21 in San Francisco and Monterey Bay.
The journalists are:
Marc Arcas-Salvador | Agencia EFE
Nathan Eagle | Honolulu Civil Beat
Eric Fernandez | Freelance, The New York Times, The Economist and The Guardian
Katie Frankowicz | The Daily Astorian
Doug Fraser | Cape Cod Times
Sarah Gibbens | National Geographic
Nathaniel Herz| Alaska Public Media
Jamie Hopkins | Center for Public Integrity
Rob Hotakainen | E&E News
Pien Huang | Freelance, NPR, BBC, PRI
Tal Kopan | San Francisco Chronicle
Frances Kuo | CGTN America
Erika Mahoney | KAZU Monterey Bay
Danielle Muoio | Politico
Amanda Paulson | The Christian Science Monitor
Faimon Roberts | The Advocate (Louisiana)
Julia Rosen | Los Angeles Times
John Ryan | KUOW Puget Sound
Carlos Serrano | BBC News Mundo
Bonnie Tsui | Freelance, The New York Times, The Atlantic and National Geographic
Support for this program is provided by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.