The Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED) at Columbia University published on November 2009 a free, research-based guide for "Scientists, Journalists, Educators, Political Aides, and the Interested Public."
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media posted a two-part series on leading climate scientists' and science journalists' "Lessons Learned" from the climate change controversies of the past 12 months.
SEJ's Fund for Environmental Journalism awards grants of up to $3,500 to help underwrite environmental reporting projects and entrepreneurial ventures. Support the fund by donating, or apply for a grant. The deadline for the Fall/Winter 2013 cycle was Nov 15th. See the winners of previous rounds, and some of their resulting stories.
Every March, journalists, news media, lawyers, librarians, and ordinary citizens get reminded why access to information keeps democracy healthy. Here are some interesting articles and events from Sunshine Week 2010.
Sep 10, 2013: Join SEJ members Amy Quinton, reporter at Capitol Public Radio; Fiona Smith, reporter from The Daily Journal; and Matt Weiser, the Water and Environment Journalist to The Sacramento Bee for “Meeting the Challenges of Environmental Journalism in the 21st Century,” the first event in the UC Davis California Environmental Law & Policy Center (CELPC) Fall 2013 Speakers' Series. Moderator: Chris Bowman (pictured), communications director at the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences.