Around the world, journalists face considerable risks when they expose environmental misdeeds. A new report from Reporters Without Borders/Reporters Sans Frontières looks at 13 cases of journalists and bloggers who have been killed, physically attacked, jailed, threatened or censored for reporting on the environment.
In this issue of the quarterly magazine of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, journalists describe changes in how they work and what they produce, explore emerging ethical issues, and propose principles of active engagement.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention amalgamates environmental information from several sources across the country into this online tool for tracking environmental exposures and chronic health conditions.
SEJ members Leslie Dodson and Daniel Glick, along with photojournalist Ted Wood, are founding partners of this multimedia journalism consortium devoted to covering global energy, economic and environmental issues.
A partnership of Louisiana State University's Manship School of Mass Communication and the Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs, the Forum comprises more than 2,000 journal articles and books; a research database of syllabi of diversity courses from approximately 40 universities and colleges around the country; a directory of state ethnic media; and more.
The Centre's goal is "increased public engagement with science issues through media coverage of science that is more informed, more accurate and more incisive."
Dutch portal about rainforest issues.
Nearly 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, SEJ member Ashley Ahearn reports from Europe on the Iron Curtain and conservation efforts along it. It's a multimedia journalism blog, including audio, text, and pictures.