The Arena Climate Network is a community of journalists and researchers working on climate-related topics. It was created following the 2020 Dataharvest conference in order to facilitate information flows between journalists covering climate at the local, national and EU level and to tell impactful stories. Read more about the background.
The Arena Climate Network functions as a meeting space, and will provide its members with the tools and online infrastructure to share data and information to collaborate better across the borders..
Available public resources:
Tools that will be available in the future:
Secure leak infrastructure
Arena for Journalism in Europe is a proud recipient of Digital Whistleblowing Fund grant supporting grassroot organisations to integrate a secure leak infrastructure to their online platforms. Through this platform, we will be able to receive, in a secure and private manner, leaks (information and documents) touching upon environmental wrongdoings, frauds in the energy sector and impacts of the climate crisis provided by whistleblowers from different countries.
Secure collaborative space
Arena’s Climate Network will provide its network members with the necessary secure online infrastructure to share information, documents and work remotely across borders.
If you have any further questions or comments, please reach out to:
Jelena Prtoric, Arena Climate Network coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org