Investigative Environmental Journalism Grants
Increasing awareness of environmental crime issues through financial support to investigative environmental journalists
Daniel Wizenberg studied political science at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). He has written two books: Los que Esperan, following the route of migrants and refugees around the world, and Corea: Dos Caras Extremas, about his trip to North Korea. Wizenberg is a co-founder of Revista Late, where he reports on international news and human rights issues. He worked as a researcher with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and reported on successful refugees living in Argentina. He also worked with the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR), helping to create media outlets in countries with freedom-of-speech challenges. In his work for Survival International, the global movement for Indigenous people, his research helped expose crimes toward tribal people.
Alejandro Saldivar, photo author and Mexico article co-author, works as a reporter and photographer for Proceso news magazine in Mexico City. He studied for a bachelor's degree in communication sciences and a master's degree in Latin American studies at UNAM, where he is currently a Ph.D. candidate in art history. He is a founder, teacher, and member of the editorial board of LATE.
Type: Environmental Crime
Year of publication: 2022