The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Karachi: Training on climate change storytelling

Following the successful completion of a two-day virtual training-of-trainers workshop held June 12-13 and a call for application, Media Unlimited will hold the first of 3 regional training programmes for professional and citizen journalists in Karachi.

Class duration: 2 days

Participants will be taken through several modules that builds their capacity in understanding climate models to guide reporting, executing climate investigations, data-driven storytelling, as well as telling the story for hyperlocal, local, regional and international audiences. Trainers will also explore the multilayered areas of climate change reporting that includes human safety, food security, impact on livelihoods, disaster preparedness, adaptation and mitigation, innovation and technology, resilient infrastructure, climate finance, climate and gender, climate refugees and migrants, disease burden and policies and practice.

Lubna Jerar Naqvi

With over two decades experience as a Journalist and Fact Checker, Lubna is currently the Pakistan Gender Coordinator of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and an IFJ Council Member for Gender 2022-2025.

Kamal Siddiqi

Kamal is the Director of Media Unlimited and was previously the Director of the Centre for Excellence in Journalism at the Institute of Business Administration, where he worked for over five years and helped the center focus on sustainability.

Zofeen Ebrahim

Zofeen has written extensively on development issues including climate change, water, energy, renewables, sanitation, health, women’s health, diseases etc., and its impact on lives. She is an independent journalist and was previously Pakistan editor at The Third Pole.


  • 23 June 2023 Pakistan (GMT+5)
  • 24 June 2023 Pakistan (GMT+5)
Pakistan (GMT+5)