This workshop explored a news reporting method known as solutions journalism, which focuses on the responses to social issues as well as the problems. With an emphasis on nature crime issues, it offered a practical component of how to turn data into compelling news stories. Training participants improved understanding of solutions journalism and their capacity to report on the responses to criminal forms of logging, mining, wildlife trade, land conversion, and associated criminal activities, as well as crimes associated with fishing in regional, national, and international contexts. They learned the difference between solutions reporting and advocacy work, and created solutions stories through research, observation and reporting on nature crimes.
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