Want to be a wildlife conservative journalist?
ECWG is a published magazine created by the non-profit organization to introduce readers to innovative solutions to the environment’s longstanding problems we have today.
We feature narratives that discuss the projects and organization that pushes the boundaries of conversing wildlife species. We believe that sharing fruitful and challenging pieces of stories links with information on conservation will help connect with others.
Our themes include articles that are bold, informative, original and possibly unconventional.
If you are interested in contributing to ECWG, please look through our current articles to get a better insight on what we look for.
Before you decide to write for ECWG, please email your pitch to us!
Include a brief description of your experience, background, qualifications, and how your pitched topic relates to our mission and work at ECWG. Most articles we published as assigned to writers following their query. Please also include your previous work.
At the moment, we do not accept poetry or fictional essays as we aim to provide the most informative news. We also cannot accept work that has been published anywhere else online.
All stories posted on our site runs from 500 to 1,200 words. We do not encourage encyclopedia or scientific manuscripts as our content is directed to the general public. However, we are looking for high-quality content that meets our reportorial and graphic standards.
Please keep in mind that our lead time to publication varies from several weeks to months. This means articles should not be bounded for time and outdated.