In this issue: The Pulitzer stories; Journalists and scientists meet Nov.14 to discuss environmental journalism; Sources help Daily News expose bad water supply; coverage of decline in songbirds, amphibians and trees; and more.
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In this issue: The tough times: Reporters under assault by critics and economy; Environment radio blossoms but struggles; Environment beat hangs tough in big TV markets; and much more.
In this issue: The religion thing: When God is green; Doing projects on the cheap ; Second SEJ conference adds speakers; much more.
In this issue: Political season: best clue to a candidate's environmental politics is watching for the flip-flops, gaffes and fine print; Terrors of the Earth Summit as experienced by one reporter; and more.
In this issue: It's academic: graduate programs offer time for deeper insight; Newspapers find readers hungry for more environmental news; One-day workshops can make a big difference; more.
In this issue: Clinton admin: A look ahead and back at his environmental record; endangered species coverage; Environmental Reporting Forum's new handbook; environmental racism and diversity issues; more.
In this issue: New world for utilities: Electricity deregulation could cause environmental shocks; Too much of a good thing...for the complete hotlinked table of contents, click on the journal cover.
In this issue: Drawing the line: Ethics determine who reporters are; Parke named executive director; It's all right to care, but play it straight...for the complete hotlinked table of contents, click on the journal cover.
EPA has begun a "National Dialogue" about what information the public needs from the agency and how the agency can better provide that information.SEJ Publication Types:Topics on the Beat:Region:
In every Congressional district - including yours - there are dozens of "pork barrel" politics stories.SEJ Publication Types:Topics on the Beat:Region: