SEJournal Summer 2007, Vol. 17 No. 2

August 15, 2007

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Cover: The Roots of Journalism: Take Readers on a Journey
By ROBERT McCLURE

Inside Story: Award Winner: Focus on Eco Damage Being Done Now
By MIKE DUNNE

President's Report: SEJ’s Name: A Tweak Might Add Members — Or Not?
By TIM WHEELER

Viewpoint: Investigative Reporting Can Produce a ‘Higher Obligation’
By PAUL D. THACKER

SEJ 2007 Annual Conference at Stanford University, Sept. 5-9
By CAROLYN WHETZEL

E-Reporting Biz: The Effects of Climate Change on Journalism As We Knew It
By BUD WARD

 

 

SEJ News: Donations Blast Expectations in Challenge-Grant Fund Drive
By CHRIS RIGEL

Media on the Move: Books on Pollution, Katrina and Some New Posts
By JACKLEEN de la HARPE

SEJ News: SEJ Board Holds Election Sept. 7

Science Survey: Report Probes Multiple Sources of Global Mercury Pollution
By CHERYL HOGUE

Research News Roundup: Studying Smaller Newspapers; Basing Coverage on Scientific Evidence
By JAN KNIGHT

Reporter's Toolbox: Farm Bill’s Future Could Carry Heavy Environmental Impacts
By SCOTT FABER

Feature: SEJ Members Recommend an Inspiring Mix of Favorite Novels
By MICHAEL MANSUR

SEJ News: Thanks to All Who Gave So Generously to SEJ’s ’06-’07 Challenge Fund Drive

Book Shelf

"Cape Wind: Money, Celebrity, Class, Politics, and the Battle for Our Energy Future on Nantucket Sound"
By Wendy Williams and Robert Whitcomb
Reviewed by JIM MOTAVALLI

"Writing Green: Advocacy & Investigative Reporting About the Environment in the Early 21st Century"
By Debra Schwartz
Reviewed by KRESTIA DeGEORGE

The Beat

Biodiesel Pollution and Other Climate-Change Impacts Emerge
By MIKE DUNNE

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