SEJournal is the quarterly news magazine of the Society of Environmental Journalists.
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Members: Access the current issue, Spring 2016, Vol. 26 No. 1, via this page  (you'll need your log-in info).
Spring 2016, Vol. 26 No. 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SEJ President's Report
Memo to Energy, Business, Science and Health Reporters 
By JEFF BURNSIDE
How Watershed Paris Summit Changes Climate Story
By TIM McDONNELL
Will Journalists Heed the Lessons of Flint?
By JOSEPH A. DAVIS
The Path to Better Investigative Science Reporting
By JOHN UPTON
Captivate Kids with Science News
By JANET RALOFF
Award-winning Photojournalist, on His Own Terms
Finding the Right Fit for Journalism Fellowships
By CALEB O’BRIEN
Climate Documentarian Motivated by the Heart
By JoANN VALENTI
Between the Lines
Publisher Ponders Future of Environment Books
BookShelf Book Reviews
"Once They Were Hats: In Search of the Mighty Beaver"
By Frances Backhouse
ECW Press, $16.95
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS
"Satellites in the High Country: Searching for the Wild in the Age of Man"
By Jason Mark
Island Press, $28.00
Reviewed by ELIZABETH GROSSMAN
"Beyond Fair Trade: How One Small Coffee Company Helped Transform a Hillside Village In Thailand"
By Mark Pendergrast
Greystone Books, $18.95
Reviewed by JoANN M. VALENTI
"Future Arctic: Field Notes from a World on the Edge"
By Edward Struzik
Island Press, $22.65
Reviewed by TOM HENRY