SEJournal is the quarterly news magazine of the Society of Environmental Journalists. The current issue is available only to members and subscribers. If you are interested in joining SEJ, please visit this page for information.  Previous issues of SEJournal are available to both members and non-members here . The current issue becomes available to the public at the time of the next quarterly issue's publication. The current issue's Table of Contents is below; includes an excerpt.
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Spring 2014, Vol. 24 No. 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SEJ President's Report
Press, Public Thirsty for Information, But Agencies Turning Off Spigot 
By DON HOPEY
News Futures 2014: How Many Ways Will Climate Make News?
By JOSEPH A. DAVIS
In Covering Chemical Spill, Ward Zags When Others Zig 
Local Meetups Bring Networking Home
By EMILY GERTZ
Getting the Most from Conferences 
By JENNIFER WEEKS
NEW! EJ Academy
News Innovation an Essential Skill for New Journalists
By EMILIA ASKARI
Good Audio Gives Life to Environmental Storytelling
By KAREN SCHAEFER
Between the Lines
Saving the Last Ocean: Q&A with "The Last Ocean" Author John Weller
Book Shelf Book Reviews
"The Last Ocean: Antarctica’s Ross Sea Project: Saving the Most Pristine Ecosystem on Earth"
By John Weller
Reviewer: JENNIFER WEEKS
"The War on Science: Muzzled Scientists and Willful Blindness in Stephen Harper’s Canada"
By Chris Turner
Greystone Books, $19.95 (paperback)
Reviewer: TOM HENRY
"The Science Beneath the Surface: A Very Short Guide to the Marcellus Shale"
By Short Guide to the Marcellus Shale By Don Duggan-Haas, Robert M. Ross, and Warren D. Allmon
Paleontological Research Institution, $18 (paperback)
Reviewer: SUE SMITH-HEAVENRICH
Sundance Festival Sparse on Enviro Themes
By JoANN VALENTI