Recommended or authored by SEJ members, environmental fiction and Covering Pollution by SEJ & Investigative Reporters and Editors.
The Society of Environmental Journalists has published a new resource for journalists who want to address diversity concerns and practice more inclusive journalism. Authors Jennifer Oladipo and Talli Nauman created the guide, inspired by discussions by members of SEJ’s Diversity Task Force. Their focus is mainly journalistic practice in North America. Journalists who have not consciously addressed diversity in their work should find multiple entry points here. Download the SEJ Guide to Diversity in Environmental Reporting as a PDF (3.69 MB) or view, share and download here. A "print on demand" option is available at cost from MagCloud. Funds for this project were provided by a grant from the Gannett Foundation.
Check out the environmental books authored, co-authored or edited by SEJ members, and published in 2012 or 2013. Links to previous years also included. Members: Get your book listed!
See SEJ's environment book award winners here.
Here's a list of environmental fiction books SEJ members have enjoyed as a change of pace from "just the facts." Includes a section for kids.