In this issue: New world for utilities: Electricity deregulation could cause environmental shocks; Too much of a good thing...for the complete hotlinked table of contents, click on the journal cover.
In this issue: Drawing the line: Ethics determine who reporters are; Parke named executive director; It's all right to care, but play it straight...for the complete hotlinked table of contents, click on the journal cover.
EPA has begun a "National Dialogue" about what information the public needs from the agency and how the agency can better provide that information.
In every Congressional district - including yours - there are dozens of "pork barrel" politics stories.
"'If you're going to start taking pictures of me, you're liable to get shot,' the chairman of one of the country's biggest coal mining companies, Don Blankenship of Massey Energy, told an ABC News reporter before grabbing the reporter's camera,"
Under industry pressure, the U.S. Agriculture Department is considering hiding from consumers information about which retailers might be selling the tainted meat recalled because of health and safety risks.
A federal district judge ruled that agencies can't use delay to create secrecy when the Freedom of Information Act requires them to disclose records.
"Attorney General Michael Mukasey and three other top Bush administration officials are weighing in against legislation that would allow reporters to protect the identities of confidential sources..."
Environmental reporters who want to keep track of accidents on their beats may want to know about these useful tools and resources.