Do green social networks actually increase coherence in the environmentalist community, or are they a distraction? Are they sincere or opportunistic? Can they be used for greenwashing? All of the above?
"OSLO -- A proposed U.N. study of climate extremes will be a practical guide for tackling natural disasters and fill a gap in past reports focused on the gradual effects of global warming, experts said.
By MARK NEUZIL
Editor's note: We are fortunate to be able to excerpt a small bit of The Environment and the Press: From Adventure Writing to Advocacy, by Mark Neuzil, that many SEJ members will find interesting, a history of environmental journalism and its roots. We have removed the footnotes from this section, taken from Chapter Two, "Journalism's Prophetic Voice."
Localizing the effects of climate change remains challenging. But a new tool makes it easier to at least pin down the local sources of one of the main greenhouse gases, with the inventory led by Purdue University scientists.
SEJ member Janet Pelley writes about her experience with EC scientists, policy and a press 'minder' at the recent Central Canadian Symposium on Water Quality Research.
Here's a sampling of past SEJ regional events and meet-ups. Photo: Some of the SEJ members at the June 2017 IRE conference, participating in panels and attending the annual SEJ-at-IRE meet-up; courtesy of Jeff Burnside.
The Western Governors' Association and the US DOE begin Phase 1 of a 4-phase process, with initial designation of suitable zones for renewable power generation in the western US, Canada, and Mexico.
Now journalists can explore the ocean deeps with Google Earth's newest tool.
Don't miss our earlybird rate! SEJ members who register by August 10 for SEJ's 11th Annual Conference (October 17-21, 2001, Portland, OR) pay only $145.
Sometime in the next month, the Antarctic ozone hole is likely to start reappearing -- and making headlines.