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May 15, 2013

DEADLINE: Middlebury Fellowships in Environmental Journalism

The Middlebury Fellowships, directed by Bill McKibben, each year help 10 early-career journalists work through an ambitious reporting project from the beginning through publication or broadcast. The program runs week-long residencies for the selected Fellows at Middlebury College, VT, in the fall and at Monterey Institute for International Studies, CA, in the spring. $10,000 stipend. Apply by May 15, 2013.

February 6, 2015

DEADLINE: Metcalf Institute Fellowship for Journalists

Don't miss out on an opportunity to participate in Metcalf Institute's 17th Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists, June 7-12, 2015, at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography. Apply by February 6th.

PA Enviros Criticize Proposed Pollution Limits on Gas-Drilling Engines

"Pennsylvania is considering new air pollution limits for diesel- and natural gas-powered engines used in Marcellus Shale development that are stricter than those that exist now but, according to eight environmental groups, not nearly as tough as they could and should be."

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 01/14/2013

"Storm Panel Recommends Major Changes in New York"

"A new commission formed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, charged with figuring out how New York should adapt in the long term to cope with worsening storms amid climate change and population growth, has recommended an extensive menu of programs: it includes turning some of the state’s industrial shoreline back into oyster beds, hardening the electric and natural gas systems, and improving the scope and availability of insurance coverage, according to a draft version obtained by The New York Times."

Source: NY Times, 01/07/2013

"New York Planners Prep For A 'New Normal' Of Powerful Storms"

"It will take tens of billions of dollars to repair the damage wrought by Superstorm Sandy. But scientists who study climate change say repair is not enough. As the climate warms, ice sheets and glaciers will melt, raising the sea level. That means coastal storms will more likely cause flooding."

Source: NPR, 12/13/2012

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