"Ukraine Migration Maps ‘What’s Possible’ for Climate Displaced"

"Climate migration threatens to uproot millions of people worldwide, and immigration experts see the Biden administration’s treatment of Ukrainian nationals fleeing Russian violence as a model for how to better manage future global displacement following climate disasters."

Source: Bloomberg Environment, 06/07/2022

"Biden to Pause New Solar Tariffs as WH Aims to Encourage Adoption"

"The Biden administration on Monday announced a two-year pause on imposing any new tariffs on the solar industry, a decision that follows an outcry from importers who have complained the levies are threatening broader adoption of solar energy in the United States."

Source: NYTimes, 06/07/2022

‘Big Fish’ Report Hooks Prize With Look at Aquaculture and Environment

The challenges of sustainable aquaculture are at the heart of an extensive reporting project recognized in the Society of Environmental Journalists’ most recent round of reporting awards. In this Inside Story Q&A, Hakai Magazine’s founding editor, Jude Isabella (pictured at left), and author Brian Payton share insights into the series, which looks closely at the industry and its environmental costs.

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June 2, 2022

Mongabay's Environmental Data Journalism Webinar

During this webinar, panelists from Global Forest Watch, Planet and Mongabay will introduce technologies to track forest changes in near-real-time; show how the data can be used by journalists; and answer questions from participants. 6:00-7:15 p.m. ET.

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On the Mafia To-Do List? Take Out the Trash

A student op-ed zeroing in on Rome’s trash problem, the role of organized crime and the silencing of Italy’s journalists has won the Society of Environmental Journalists’ first-ever Student Press Freedom Day contest. Our EJ Academy column shares Macy Berendsen’s opinion piece, which asks what the news media there can do to help clean up the Eternal City.

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