SEJournal Spring 2010, Vol. 20 No. 1

April 15, 2010

SEJournal
Spring 2010, Vol. 20 No. 1
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Features

Long-time NYT Reporter Andy Revkin Charts New Future As "Communicator"
By BUD WARD

Inside Story: Small Texas Daily Tackles Complex Issue By Focusing on a Basic Human Need: Safety
By BILL DAWSON

Journalists Use Term "Green" More Often, But What Does It Mean?
By JACLYN TAN

At Sundance, Filmmakers Tackle Everything from Cane Toads to Climate-Change Victims
By JOANN M. VALENTI

Copenhagen Compromise
By GARY BRAASCH

Email Essay: Scientist's Efforts To "Persuade the Public" Have Professional Costs
By WILLIAM R. FREUDENBURG

Columns

President's Report: SEJ Works To Hold Obama Administration to Its Pledge of Transparency
By CHRISTY GEORGE

The Beat: A Host of Investigative Journalism on the Web, Thanks to Non-Profit Sites
By BILL DAWSON

Science Survey: When Mute Swans Become a Menace, What Should Be Done?
By CHRISTINE HEINRICHS

Reporter's Toolbox: Multimedia Training Smorgasbord Awaits You — Online
By ROBERT McCLURE

Media on the Move: Big Movies, New Books and Accolades for SEJ Members
By JUDY FAHYS

Book Shelf Book Reviews

The Environment and the Press: From Adventure Writing to Advocacy
By Mark Neuzil
Northwestern University Press, $24.95
Reviewed by BILL KOVARIK

Heart of Dryness: How the Last Bushmen Can Help Us Endure the Coming Age of Permanent Drought
By James G. Workman
Walker & Company, $26
Reviewed by GREG HARMAN

100 Heartbeats: A Journey to Meet Our Planet's Endangered Animals and the Race to Save Earth's Most Endangered Species
By Jeff Corwin
Rodale, $24.99
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS