SEJ's 11th Annual Conference: Top Bush administration officials Christine Todd Whitman and Gale Norton outlined new environment and natural resources policies. Two conference sessions considered the impact of terrorist attacks on technology, the environment and environmental reporting.
SEJ Annual Conferences
The 12th annual conference, October 9-13, included a searching examination of the environment beat's "blind spots", and a spirited exchange between two key members of Congress and President George W. Bush's top environmental advisor about politics and policy in the post-9/11 era. Among the more than 30 session topics: Rachel Carson's legacy, ten years after Rio, cancer clusters, "Frankenfish" and an insider's look at the "big ten" environmental groups.
The 13th annual conference, held September 10-14, blended incredible live music, tours and the usual fully-loaded roster of panels. Topics ranged from the Dead Zone to Mississippi River history.
SEJ's 14th annual conference, hosted by Carnegie Mellon University, took place October 20-24.
The 15th annual conference, hosted by The University of Texas at Austin, brought hundreds of SEJ'ers together September 28-October 2 for a mix of entertainment, education, soul-searching and tributes.
The Burlington conference, SEJ's 16th annual, was co-hosted by the University of Vermont in Burlington and Vermont Law School in South Burlington, October 25-29.
Here you'll find coverage of SEJ's 19th annual conference, October 7-11, as well as the agenda, speaker bios and more. This event was hosted by The University of Wisconsin-Madison.
See and hear coverage of SEJ's 18th annual conference, October 15-19, hosted by Virginia Tech. The agenda provides descriptions of the tours and sessions, and lists of speakers with links to biographies.
SEJ's 17th annual conference took place earlier in the year than usual, September 5-9, with attendance hitting an all-new high. Our host was Stanford University, the theme "Innovation and Solutions."