Journalists interested in working on stories at the intersection of religion and the environment can apply for this fellowship.
The Religion & Environment Story Project (RESP) at Boston University will select 10 journalists who will gather twice over the course of six months for practical, on-the-job training.
The training aims to develop new ways of thinking about the climate crisis and the role played by religious individuals and institutions.
Fellows will also receive US$2,000 after competing the program and committing to produce at least one story for a general audience.
The deadline is June 15.