SEJournal is the quarterly news magazine of the Society of Environmental Journalists.
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Members: Access the current issue, Summer 2016, Vol. 26 No. 2, via this page  (you'll need your log-in info).
Summer 2016, Vol. 26 No. 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SEJ President's Report
Journalism Remains a Noble Endeavor
By JEFF BURNSIDE
The Subtle Art of Covering Climate Cycles 
By JOHN UPTON
Scientists Critique Media Reports on Climate
By BUD WARD
Reporters Mine a Rich Vein of Who Knew What, When, on Climate
Lessons on Lead: Reporting on Drinking Water in Your Community
By LAURA UNGAR
Between the Lines
Collaborators in the Chronicling of Destruction and Hope
Waypoints in a Photographic Life
Sampling the Photography of Gary Braasch
By ROGER ARCHIBALD
Chasing Atoms, Sifting Facts on Nuclear Energy Beat
By ROGER WITHERSPOON
Beyond the Query: Cultivating Relationships with Editors
By DAWN STOVER
The Truth About Teaching: SEJ Academic Members Weigh In
By SARA SHIPLEY HILES
BookShelf Book Reviews
"Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right"
By Jane Mayer
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS
"From Green to Mean: The GOP’s Downward Environmental Spiral"
By Edward Flattau
The Way Things Are Publications, $16.95
Reviewed by TOM HENRY
"Cloak and Jaguar: Following a Cat from Desert to Courtroom"
By Janay Brun
Reviewed by ELIZA MURPHY
"There Is Still Time: To Look at the Big Picture... and Act"
By Peter Seidel
360 Editions, $15
Reviewed by KAREN SCHAEFER