Table of Contents: SEJournal Winter 2015

March 1, 2015

 

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SEJournal
Winter 2015, Vol. 24 No. 4

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SEJ President's Report
You Are the Heart of SEJ
By JEFF BURNSIDE

Feature
Panel: Conflict Looms over Environment and Energy in 2015
By JOSEPH A. DAVIS

Special Report
Can Nonprofit News Rescue Environmental Journalism?
By ROBERT McCLURE

Freelance Files
Freelancers as Founders: Potential, Pitfalls of Digital Journalism Startups
By AMY WESTERVELT

Inside Story
Old-School Reporting in a New-Style Package: Nonprofit 'Pro-Water' Site Brings Ground Journalism, Striking Visuals to Bear on Complex Global Stories

SEJ News
SEJ Struggles to Achieve Long-Standing Diversity Aims: Upcoming Oklahoma Conference an Opportunity to Reflect Native Presence
By TALLI NAUMAN

Reporter's Toolbox
Climate Explorer Brings Data to Life
By JOHN UPTON

EJ Academy
Digital Tools — Free and Easy for EJ Educators, Students
By SARA SHIPLEY HILES

Between the Lines
When the Cure Is Worse Than the Disease

BookShelf Book Reviews

"Carbon Shock: A Tale of Risk and Calculus on the Front Lines of the Disrupted Global Economy — How Carbon is Changing the Cost of Everything"
By Mark Shapiro
Chelsea Green Publishing, $26
Reviewed by TOM HENRY

"American Catch: The Fight for Our Local Seafood"
By Paul Greenberg
Penguin Press, $26.95
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS

"Renewable: The World-Changing Power of Alternative Energy"
By Jeremy Shere
St. Martin's Press, $25.99
Reviewed by STEFAN MILKOWSKI

"Cheap and Clean: How Americans Think About Energy in the Age of Global Warming"
By Stephen Ansolabehere and David M. Konisky
MIT Press, $27.95
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS