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Blogs and More

This is a listing of SEJ members' websites and blogs, as well as archives of non-member sites SEJ members have recommended as useful to any journalist covering environmental issues.
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Books

Books includes our members' own volumes and their suggestions for resource books you should consult, as well as environmental fiction they've enjoyed reading.
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Climate Change Guide

SEJ's guide to the information and disinformation surrounding climate change includes an intro; basic science; federal and international agencies; industry, academic, and enviro groups; an expert rolodex; regional resources; and that's not all.  Find Out More >>

 

Featured Journalists

Here, we proudly highlight the diverse endeavors of our members and other journalists.
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Freelance

Here are resources for the growing freelance segment of SEJ's membership.
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Freelance Journalists Directory

Publicly available, members may opt in to our freelance directory, which is searchable by publishers and others seeking experienced journalists to cover the environment and related topics.
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Jobs

Find journalism job links here.
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Magazines

A Rack Full of Magazines on Environmental Subjects — both print and online.
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Research

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Reporting Tools

A beginning list....
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SEJ Canada

These resources are useful for journalists covering Canadian environmental issues, as well as for those covering trans-border issues.
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SEJ Español

Links to SEJ's Spanish-language web pages and English-language Spanish resources. 
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Source Lists

Our Source lists page provides contact information for the U.S. Department of Interior (including HQ, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, Minerals Management Service, National Park Service, Office of Surface Mining, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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Teaching Tools

Teaching tools offers resources for those who teach EJ at the university level. Includes course syllabi from around the world and a link to the SEJ-edu members-only listserv which is a forum for teachers and students to exchange information. Also for students is a listing of environmental journalism education programs.
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Useful Links

Useful Links contains more than 1,500 entries representing the most useful web sites for environmental reporters.