Asian Environmental Journalism Awards

The Singapore Environment Council's Asian Environmental Journalism Awards (AEJA) aim to recognise and reward excellence in environmental journalism at all levels of society.

From passionate citizen journalists, to outstanding professional journalists, to the environmental attitudes of overall media organisations, the AEJA highlight exceptional journalistic work, and encourage continued high-quality coverage of environmental issues in Asia.

It is beyond a doubt that the media plays a crucial role in advancing the cause of environmental protection. Journalists form an essential bridge between emerging environmental issues and all members of society, whether it is the public, policy makers, or activists.

By bringing environmental stories to the forefront of public perception, journalists play several key roles – through reports on environmentally harmful practices, they serve as the watchdogs of our environment; through features on environmental champions, emerging environmental technologies and business practices, they bring inspiration and fresh ideas on environmental protection to the public. They also enrich public understanding of the environment by presenting complex scientific, technical, ecological and cultural facts about a complex issue in a simple, accessible format.

There are six categories for the AEJA 2014:
  • SEC-CDL Environmental Journalist of the Year
  • SEC Young Environmental Journalist of the Year
  • SEC-Coca-Cola Environmental Story of the Year
  • SEC-Sky Creation Design Environmental Blogger of the Year
  • SEC-CITIC Telecom International Environmental Photograph of the Year
  • SEC-Lee Foundation Excellence in Environmental Reporting by a Media Organisation

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