The Fellowships are open predominantly to journalists from developing countries.
Fellowship recipients will be sent to cover the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban and will be asked to provide summaries of their reports throughout their stay.
By the end of the conference, fellows will have gained a deeper understanding of the global impact of climate change by exchanging ideas and working with their peers from around the world.
As a part of the fellowship, the Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) will cover all travel, lodging and daily costs, in addition to providing fellows with activities, an orientation session, breakfast briefings, a field trip and a media clinic.
Interested journalists need to submit two samples of their work from the past 12 months, a letter of recommendation and the online application.
For more information and scholarship applications, see: CCMP Fellowships to the Climate Summit in South Africa