There has never been a more urgent time to document how climate change is affecting our communities and our planet – and what we can do to adapt. Around the world, young people have been at the forefront of climate action, highlighting the effects of rising greenhouse gas emissions and demanding more from politicians and corporations. It was with these two notions in mind that the Nordic-Canadian Fellowship in Environmental Journalism was born: a chance for emerging journalists under 25 from the two regions to report on some of the biggest threats and opportunities related to the climate crisis. This anthology features the work of the thirteen Nordic-Canadian fellows. They collectively represent seven countries and come from a range of professional and personal backgrounds, but all share a passion for the environment and evidence-based storytelling. The book was originally published in December 2022 on the occasion of the exhibition Dispatches: Stories of Hope, Resilience and Change from the Nordic-Canadian Fellowship in Environmental Journalism. The exhibition at Harbourfront Centre was curated by Marlee Choo, Luigi Discenza, Alexandra Harvey and Laura McLeod. The Fellowship and the exhibition were part of Nordic Bridges 2022 - a year-long exchange of art, culture and ideas between Nordic and Canadian artists initiated by the Nordic Council of Ministers for Culture.