The Society of Environmental Journalists is the only North-American membership association of professional journalists dedicated to more and better coverage of environment-related issues. The organization was founded in 1990 by award-winning print and broadcast journalists on staff with The Philadelphia Inquirer, USA Today, National Geographic, Turner Broadcasting/CNN, Scripps Howard News Service, Minnesota Public Radio and others. SEJ’s membership currently includes highly qualified journalists, editors, educators and students working in print, broadcast and online news media throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and 27 other countries.
Here, we proudly highlight the diverse endeavors of our members and other journalists:
- Spotlight on members and their work. 
- Member blogs and websites. 
- Members in the news. 
- Member published works, including online media, books, etc.
>> Environmental journalism was well recognized by the 2014 Pulitzer Prizes,  including SEJ members Dan Fagin and David Philipps who won the Prize in the General Nonfiction (book) and National Reporting categories, respectively.
>> SEJ President Don Hopey took First Place for a News Feature Story, "By not being linked, gas facilities avoid high pollution designation,"  in the 2014 Keystone Press Awards, from Pennsylvania News Media Association. Division one, daily circulation over 75,000.
>>Many SEJ members participated in the 2012 Scripps Howard Awards for Environmental Journalism. See the great webcast presentation of all winners  in every categories.
- Fund for Environmental Journalism grantees: Winter 2013  | Summer 2013  | Winter 2012  | Summer 2012  | Winter 2011  | Summer 2011  | Winter 2010  | Summer 2010  (Inaugural Round)
*Note: This page is a work in progress.