EIB Network’s multiple award-winning journalist, Ridwan Karim Dini-Osman has won an award in Kigali, Rwanda for outstanding Climate change and Environmental Reporting in Africa..
Ridwan’s winning entry broadcast on StarrFM and supported by the Pulitzer Centre in the US, ‘COP26 and The African Interest’, strived to capture the debates and issues that confronted Africa ahead of the 26th Conference of Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate change that took place in Glasgow, UK last November..
Best African radio Journalist in Environmental and Climate Change Reporting. A story that aired on StarrFM, looking at Climate finance in the build-up to COP26 has brought me honour in Kigali, Rwanda – my third continental award in 5 years. Many thanks to all the experts across the continent including in Mali, Kenya and our very own Dr
Agnes Oloo and Raquel Muigai’s TV production entry, “Dry death” which looked into the impact of climate change on riverine ecosystems.
He is Ghana’s 2017 best Journalist in sustainable development reporting and ZIMEO Award 2017 Best African Journalist in Peace and Security reporting.
He also won the 2020 best African TV journalist in environmental and climate change reporting award from the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA).
The African Climate Change and Reporting (ACCER) Award is an initiative of the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), a coalition of civil society groups, faiths and community based organisations, academia, researchers and individuals who advocate for fair and just climate regimes for African people.