"Inside Story" editor Beth Daley interviews Tampa (FL) Bay Times' Ivan Penn about his reporting on nuclear power, including the closing of the Crystal River Nuclear Plant, problems with cooling tubes at another facility and the risk to ratepayers for new nuclear power generation in Florida. Photo: Cooling towers at Crystal River nuclear plant in Florida. © Maurice Rivenbark, Tampa Bay Times.
"Inside Story" editor Beth Daley interviews Charleston (WV) Gazette reporter Ken Ward Jr. — who is recognized nationally for his reporting on coal mining, the environment and workplace safety — about his unique work on the Freedom Industries spill story. Photo: The FI tank which leaked a coal-cleaning chemical into the river on Jan. 9, 2014, contaminating the drinking water of 300,000 West Virginians for weeks. Credit: Commercial Photography Services of WV via USCSB.
"Inside Story" interviews award-winning radio and TV journalist Sam Eaton about how he reports on complex enviro issues such as Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant and climate research in the Arctic. Photo: Eaton with tsunami survivor and aquaculture fisherman Hiromitsu Ito, by Yuma Hamayoshi.
Reporter Neena Satija, now with The Texas Tribune, reveals the "Inside Story" on the series she wrote for The Connecticut Mirror, which won SEJ's 2013 Award for Outstanding Beat Reporting, Small Market.
Nadia White interviews San Antonio Express-News reporter Colin McDonald, who's built his newspaper career at the intersection of environmental news and adventure writing.
Bill Dawson has the "Inside Story" on ex-CNN science, environment, weather and technology executive producer Peter Dykstra's return to the journalism fold.
Bill Dawson gets the "Inside Story" from The Seattle Times' Craig Welch about his award-winning work as a reporter on the environment beat in the Pacific Northwest’s largest city and on his book Shell Games.
Bill Dawson gets the inside story from the Monterey County Weekly's assistant editor Kera Abraham (pictured at left) and her award-winning stories involving clashing shades of green.
Bill Dawson gets the "Inside Story" from Alanna Mitchell (pictured at left) about her Grantham Prize-winning book Seasick: Ocean Change and the Extinction of Life on Earth, her career and her next project.
Reporter Jason Margolis skillfully illustrates the relationship between built spaces and climate change issues by spotlighting two proactive architects and their environmentally friendly buildings in Toronto, Canada and Mexico City for Public Radio International's program "The World." SEJournal’s Bill Dawson has the "Inside Story."