Deadline: 31 March 2017
The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is currently inviting journalists working in India including freelancers to apply for a one-month media fellowship to investigate and report on issues related to urban mobility and climate change in India.
- Innovative solutions to decongest urban roads – what are Indian cities doing
- India’s INDC commitments and how far can interventions in urban public transport help meet them
- Emissions and fuel economy – the state of regulations and standards in India, and whether they are adequate
- Mass rapid transit projects – do they serve any purpose?
- Bus rapid transit corridors in Indian cities – some case studies
- Fellowship grant amount: Rs 50,000 per fellow (TDS will be deducted as per regulations from this amount)
- Fellowship period: One month – April-May 2017
- This fellowship is open ONLY to journalists working in India, writing in English or any other Indian language.
- Freelancers can also apply.
How to Apply
- Applications should consist of a covering letter, a 200-250 word proposal, a copy of the applicant’s latest CV, a support letter from an editor (assuring that if selected, the applicant’s fellowship output will be published/telecast/broadcast by the concerned media publication etc), and links to/samples of two recently published development stories by the applicant.
- Applications should be sent in English to the undersigned through email or post at the address given on the website.
Eligible Country: India
For more information, Please visit Centre for Science and Environment.