Asia-Pacific Forum of Environmental Journalists (APFEJ)
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1988-01-23 Bangkok Thailand
23 Jan 1988, Bangkok (Thailand), Asian Forum of Environmental Journalists (AFEJ), at Conference on Media and the Environment held under the auspices of E-XE4177 - United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
Promote greater awareness of environmental issues among journalists in the Asian region; initiate dialogues with decision makers in the media with a view to giving greater emphasis to environmental issues; encourage greater exchange of ideas and information on environmental matters in the region; create a network of journalists in the Asian region to articulate public concern regarding the state of the environment.
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General Body (annual). Executive Body, consisting of Chairman, 2 Vice-Chairmen, Secretary and the Executive Committee of 19 members.
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