A collaboration between Project Word and Investigative Reporters and Editors, the FIRE program helps independent journalists by providing two services: a complimentary Editorial Consultancy and a Virtual Newsroom. Deadline is Mar 23, 2017.
In partnership with the UMASS Journalism Department, editors of global conservation news service Mongabay.com will talk about trends they're tracking and writing about, and also discuss the challenges of working in the media (and in a sector concerned with environmental science/trends/policy) at a time when the new U.S. Administration is not supportive: 1)The Changing Landscape: Environmental Journalism in the Age of Trump and 2) Changes to the Land: Discussion & Live Podcast Taping w/ Harvard Forest & Mongabay.
The Asian American Journalists Association is accepting nominations for the 2017 National Journalism Awards until Mar 24. Established in 1989, the awards recognize and encourage excellence among journalists and outstanding coverage of Asian American and Pacific Islander issues.
This is the first meetup for SEJ members and environmental journalists in the North Texas region. Come meet others who are part of SEJ, join the group if you aren't already a member, and talk about the craft of science and environmental journalism.
The American Society for Environmental History's annual meeting, hosted by the University of Illinois-Chicago, will feature more than 100 sessions discussing climate change, environmental justice, endangered species, public lands, energy policy, forestry management, natural disasters, and other topics.
Fellowships are awarded to journalists from Eastern and Western Europe and the United States who want to spend two semesters engaging in research at the International Center for Journalism of the Freie Universitaet Berlin. Deadline is Mar 31, 2017.
The Energy Journalism Initiative is a program at the Center on Global Energy Policy within Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. Its mission is to promote quality journalism in energy. For its inaugural year (2017), a three-day seminar, June 20-23, will be held in New York City for approximately 15 energy journalists. Apply by Mar 31.
The American Institute of Physics' science communication awards recognize excellence in print and broadcast media which is intended for and improves the general public's appreciation of physics, astronomy and allied science fields. $3,000 prize. Deadline: Mar 31, 2017.
This annual competition, presented by Young Reporters for the Environment, recognizes inspired stories, photos and videos about local environmental issues from 11-18 year olds. Win great prizes for your school. Deadline: Mar 31, 2017.