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The ERG is a potential life-saving tool you can keep on your cell phone. It gives you the 4-digit ID Number for a chemical name, which allows you to find the 3-digit Action Guide number for detailed information about how a spill should be handled.
Journalists can use this online tool from Environment America and PIRG to track the growth of clean energy state-by-state for wind and solar energy; electric vehicle sales and charging ports; energy savings; and battery storage capacity. Data sources and methodology are provided.
Climate Modeling Alliance's GriddingMachine provides a way for journalists to more easily reuse public datasets, saving time because you don't have to find, format and read the data yourself.
Climate Central's Realtime Climate tool will automatically send alerts when unusual weather, tides and other climate phenomena are detected in your area of the US — including information about the climate change context, when it's most relevant and useful, particularly for journalists.
The Environmental Research & Education Foundation offers free access to their catalog of 600 data-driven, PFAS-related articles and other content material. The catalog is updated regularly and can be downloaded in Excel.
Washington, DC-based Women in Film & Video is a peer-to-peer forum for beginners through to advanced, with level-based membership fees. They provide advance notice of jobs, grants, festivals, scholarships, preview screenings, helpful members-only listservs and reduced admission for educational programs.
This Grist-supported network is for journalists of color who cover environmental issues, or aspire to. Open to journalists and students of all races, ethnicities and backgrounds, but with a primary directive to grow the careers of journalists of color and to expand diversity in newsrooms, especially those covering communities disproportionately affected by the climate emergency.
This free, online program from Climate Matters in the Newsroom is designed to help journalists up their game in incorporating climate change into their reporting on every beat.
The Native American Journalists Association's Guide offers a context checklist to consider when reporting on Indigenous communities: government, economy, geography, treaties, people and culture.