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  • Climate Change Guide: to the information and disinformation, including basic science, the major players, expert rolodex, regional resources, IPCC and more.
  • SEJournal: SEJ's quarterly newsletter. Advertise in SEJournal. SEJ members: advertise your recent book in SEJournal.
  • TipSheet:  archives of past biweekly news tips to notify journalists of potential environmental stories and sources, posted online and via email.
  • WatchDog TipSheet: story ideas, articles, updates, events and other information with a focus on freedom-of-information issues of concern to environmental journalists in both the U.S. and Canada, posted online and via email (journalists are eligible for a free email subscription).
  • The Daily Glob: Coverage and resources for tracking the ongoing story of the May 2010 Gulf oil spill.
 
 
 
  • Blogs and More:  SEJ members' own blogs and websites, plus archives of non-member websites.
  • Books: our members' own volumes and their suggestions for resource books you should consult, as well as environmental fiction they've enjoyed reading. 
  • Climate Change Guide: to the information and disinformation, including basic science, the major players, expert rolodex, regional resources, IPCC and more.
  • Featured Journalists: the diverse endeavors of our members and other journalists, including spotlight on members, members' blogs and websites, Fund for Environmental Journalism grantees, plus more to come.
  • Freelance:  resources for the growing freelance segment of SEJ's membership. Freelance Task Force.
  • Freelance Journalists Directory: Freelancers for hire from the SEJ membership.
  • Industry Trends:  current trends in the news media industry — and how they affect the future of environmental journalism.
  • Jobs:  journalism job links.
  • Reporting Tools
  • SEJ Canada:  resources are useful for journalists covering Canadian environmental issues, as well as for those covering trans-border issues.
  • SEJ Español: links to SEJ's Spanish-language web pages and English-language Spanish resources.
  • Source Lists: contact information for several US federal agencies.
  • Teaching Tools: resources for university-level teachers and students of environmental journalism.
  • Useful Links: for your reference and research.
 
 
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