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With funding from the Walton Family Foundation, AP has added two journalists to cover water issues in the U.S. They start today.
With funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, AP has added two reporters to cover issues of injustice.
The Associated Press earned a People’s Voice Webby Award on Tuesday for its minidocumentaries focused on the environment and conservation efforts, titled “What Can Be Saved?”
Today AP launched a 12-part series about efforts underway around the world to save or revive ecosystems and restore landscapes and species in a world affected by human activity and climate change.
Aboard an icebreaker sailing through the Arctic Circle’s
Northwest Passage, AP photographer David Goldman captured striking images of the
jagged icescape left behind.