Environmental Investigative Forum

Founding Year: 2020

Staff: 20


Alexandre Brutelle, Kristof Horvath & Tsvetelina Tomova (Co-founders)

An NGO focused on collaborative investigative journalism that aims to connect experts, scientists, and reporters willing to work on projects together. They facilitate environmental reporting and aim to build a repository of tools and other resources for investigative journalists.


  • Networking – Aims “to develop a network of experts and journalists interested in collaborative investigative reports.”
  • Investigative Reporting – Members of the network “have  worked on various environmental topics on both national and cross-border levels, ranging from water privatization to illegal wood logging, shale gas activity and gas flaring impact on biodiversity, deforestation, Covid-19 etc.”
  • Developing resources – Aims to develop “trainings, open-source tools and other resources for civil society.”


Environmental Investigative Forum contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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