SEJournal is the quarterly news magazine of the Society of Environmental Journalists.
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Spring 2015, Vol. 25 No. 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SEJ President's Report
Yes, You Should Run for SEJ's Board
By JEFF BURNSIDE
Revolving Door: When Enviro Reporters Leave the Beat Behind
By RAE TYSON
Staying Afloat in Murky Ethical Waters 
By HANNAH HOAG
Going Whole Hog on Innovative Student Project
By LAURA RUEL
An Ibis Takes Off ... and a Micro-Beat Pays Off
The Paradox of Plurals — More Than One, or Less?
By VICKI and JOHN PEARSE
Between the Lines
Making 'Rain' For the Caring Middle
BookShelf Book Reviews
"Island on Fire: The Extraordinary Story of a Forgotten Volcano That Changed the World"
By Alexandra Witze and Jeff Kanipe
Pegasus Books, $26.95
Reviewed by TOM HENRY
"Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love"
By Elizabeth Johnson
Bloomsbury Continuum, $32.95
Reviewed by CHRISTINE HEINRICHS
"Greening Health Care: How Hospitals Can Heal the Planet"
By Kathy Gerwig
Oxford University Press, $27.95
Reviewed by JIM MOTAVALLI
"The Great Texas Wind Rush: How George Bush, Ann Richards, and a Bunch of Tinkerers Helped the Oil and Gas State Win the Race to Wind Power"
By Kate Galbraith and Asher Price
University of Texas Press, $16.72
Reviewed by BILL KOVARIK
Men in Trees in Indie Films
By JoANN VALENTI