January 21st, 2013
IPS WebTV is recruiting for the full-time position of “Anchor and newsroom journalist” (English), based in Rome, Italy. Start date is March 2013 on a renewable one-year contract.
Background – After evolving from an international wire service into an increasing multi-media communication organisation, Inter Press Service (IPS) is launching a sister operation, an Internet TV news service “IPS WebTV”. Read more »
January 17th, 2013
Abu Dhabi hosted a series of events this week tackling the planet’s big sustainability challenges, especially around energy and water. IPS reported from Abu Dhabi throughout the week and you can read all the coverage at the TerraViva Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week sites in English and Arabic.
Download our printed IPS TerraViva newsletters in English or Arabic.
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Global, Providing news and content
January 15th, 2013
This week an international IPS team is reporting from Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week. Leaders and more than 30,000 participants from 150 countries are in Abu Dhabi to explore solutions to sustainability challenges like those posed by regional water shortages and the world’s ongoing reliance on non-sustainable energy sources.
Follow all the reporting at the IPS TerraViva Abu Dhabi Sustainability week sites in English or in Arabic, including curtain-raisers on energy and water: Read more »
December 21st, 2012
IPS UN Bureau Chief Thalif Deen receiving the gold medal from Secretary-General
Ban Ki-moon. Photo credit: Rousbeh Legatis.
UNITED NATIONS — At the annual UN Correspondents Association (UNCA) award ceremony/black tie dinner in New York on December 19, Inter Press Service (IPS) was declared winner of a prestigious gold medal for its global and UN coverage of the environment – specifically climate change, biodiversity and water.
IPS UN Bureau Chief Thalif Deen, who has covered virtually every single major UN conference since the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio, was singled out for his contributions.
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climate change, Global, Providing news and content, United Nations