SEJournal is the quarterly news magazine of the Society of Environmental Journalists.
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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 excerpts.
Members: Access the current issue, Winter 2015/2016, Vol. 25 No. 4, via this page  (you'll need your log-in info).
Winter 2015/2016, Vol. 25 No. 4
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SEJ President's Report
On Our Watch, Say Goodbye to Tigers 
By JEFF BURNSIDE
You Can Help Kickstart an EJ Career 
Oregonian Reporter 'Humanizes' Harm
Finding Stories with the National Inventory of Dams
By LIZ LUCAS and ANDREW KREIGHBAUM, IRE & NICAR
The Life, and Why I’m Sticking It Out (for Now)
By ANGELA POSADA-SWAFFORD
Between the Lines
Author Spends Two Decades 'Hooked on a Character'
Ignoring the Elephant in the (News)room
By CHRISTINA M. RUSSO
Journalism and Science Students Take to Field Together
By BROOK KANSIER
BookShelf Book Reviews
"Almost Anywhere: Road Trip Ruminations on Love, Nature, National Parks, and Nonsense"
By Krista Schlyer
Skyhorse Publishing, $24.99
Reviewed by TOM HENRY
"DDT Wars: Rescuing Our National Bird, Preventing Cancer, and Creating the Environmental Defense Fund"
By Charles F. Wurster
Oxford University Press, $24.95
Reviewed by BILL KOVARIK
"The Hidden Half of Nature: The Microbial Roots of Life and Health"
By David R. Montgomery and Anne Biklé
W.W. Norton, $26.95
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS
"North Shore: A Natural History of Minnesota’s Superior Coast"
By Chel Anderson and Adelheid Fischer
University of Minnesota Press, $39.95
Reviewed by STEPHANIE HEMPHILL