SEJ Publications

SEJ publications help you keep up with the world of environmental journalism and stay on top of news events.

To maintain the strongest possible news standards for SEJournal Online, SEJ has an Editorial Advisory Board made up of SEJournal Online editors, along with representatives of the SEJ membership and board of directors. Editorial Advisory Board Chair is Robert McClure. Editorial Director for SEJ Publications is Adam Glenn.


EJToday is a daily weekday digest of top environment/energy news and information of interest to environmental journalists, independently curated by Editor Joseph A. Davis. Sign up below to receive in your inbox each weekday. And be sure to follow the latest from EJToday on Twitter on @EJTodayNews. Go to EJToday >>

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SEJournal Online

SEJournal Online is the weekly digital news magazine of the Society of Environmental Journalists. Each week, under Editor Adam Glenn, SEJournal Online and our associated e-newsletter bring you in-depth insight into the environment beat through features and columns, free to all and easy to search and share.  In addition, the print edition of the SEJournal from 2016 back to Vol. 1, No 1. in 1990, continues through the online archives. SEJ members are automatically subscribed. Non-members may subscribe using the link below. Go to SEJournal >>

Special Reports

Special Reports are published on an occasional basis, and include an annual Journalists' Guide to Energy & Environment and periodic regional guides to "Covering Your Climate." Go to Special Reports >>

Topics on the Beat is a treasure chest of information useful to your reporting. It can be hard to know where to begin digging for all this wealth. So here we offer our web content by environmental issue (also known as Topics on the Beat). Go to Topics on the Beat >>

Climate Change Resource Guide

Overriding global concern around climate change puts it at the top of most environmental journalists' story lists. But climate change's pervasive impacts and deep complexities make it an especially daunting topic to cover. So the Society of Environmental Journalists offers this extensive Climate Change Resource Guide to reporters and editors, especially those newer to the climate change beat, in order to support their coverage of this all-important topic. Go to Climate Change Resource Guide >>

Social Media & Feeds

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