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February 9, 2022 || 1:00-2:30 p.m. ET
|Video recording and chat log|
What are the top stories for energy and environmental journalists to cover in 2022? Environmental justice, climate disasters, the changing energy industry and new regulations are at the top of the list — and there may be no place in the United States where these issues are more apparent than Houston, Texas, the location of SEJ's 2022 annual conference. Join SEJ for a look at the year ahead in the just-released "Journalists' Guide to Energy & Environment," moderated by #SEJ2022 co-chair Perla Trevizo. You'll also get a preview of #SEJ2022 agenda and issues.
Emcee: Sadie Babits, Professor of Practice, Sustainability Director at ASU's Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication; President, Society of Environmental Journalists Board of Directors
Journalists' Guide Presenter: Adam Glenn, Editor, SEJournal
Welcome: Joseph Campana, William Shakespeare Professor of English and Director, Center for Environmental Studies, Department of English, Rice University
Moderator: Perla Trevizo, Reporter, ProPublica/Texas Tribune Investigative Unit
- Amal Ahmed, Freelance Journalist
- Kiah Collier, Investigative Reporter, ProPublica/Texas Tribune Investigative Unit
- Greg Harman, Deceleration.news
- Naveena Sadasivam, Senior Staff Writer, Grist
Also check out the guide, including TipSheets on Texas, wind power, lead pipes, infrastructure, PFAS, openness, plastics and decarbonizing buildings; Backgrounders on orphan wells, environmental justice, the next big pandemic and climate resiliencey; and Watchdog Opinions on oil company promises and climate risk disclosure, plus an overview analysis.