Attending the Bonn Climate Change Conference

by Climate Home News in London, Greater London, United Kingdom

Attending the Bonn Climate Change Conference

Total raised £1,100

£1,260 stretch target 28 days left
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Keep what you raise – this project will receive all pledges made by 17th June 2024 at 2:34pm

We'd love to send two of our reporters to the Bonn Climate Change Conference - one of the biggest but most overlooked annual climate events.

by Climate Home News in London, Greater London, United Kingdom

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Any extra money raised above and beyond the target will help pay for even more award-winning climate reporting.

What we want to do

The Bonn Climate Change Conference is one of the biggest annual climate events in the calendar, but it is also one of the most overlooked and underreported by the world’s media.

In some respects, it is a dress-rehearsal for the COP later in the year, with the conversations and discussions at the Conference paving the way for what will take place in Baku, Azerbaijan in November. As many as 4,000 delegates from all over the world will be in attendance, and we would love to join them.

How you can help

To ensure we can do this, we need to raise £960 to cover all the necessary costs. This includes train travel to Bonn to minimise the environmental impact of our work and will pay for four days of high-quality coverage from the Conference.

With your backing, we will produce daily news reporting and valuable insight into topics and debates that are set to change our world.  

What your support will pay for

£240 - per diem costs for four days of daily coverage from two expert climate reporters.

£450 - All relevant train costs for both reporters to reach the conference in Bonn, Germany and for one to return to London, UK. (Don't worry, we are not abandoning the other one, it is just that he has personal plans following the conclusion of the conference.)

£270 - Three nights of accommodation in Bonn, Germany.

Why your support is so important

Our award-winning climate journalism is freely available for all to read. As a small, not-for-profit media organisation, we rely on grants, sponsorship, and individual donations to fund our specialist reporting. This is why support like yours is so important.

Who we are

Climate Home News is an award-winning specialised news outlet focusing on overlooked and under-reported climate change stories, international climate action, and accountability in international energy diplomacy. We have more than a decade of experience covering international climate policy, working with local reporters across the world, and benefiting from a network in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

Despite being a small independent news outlet, we punch far above our weight, reaching over one million users yearly across our website, newsletter, and social media channels. Our influential audience is composed of climate professionals in UN agencies such as UNEP and UNFCCC, governments, multilateral banks, top universities, and staff of large private companies.

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