In response to the growing threat that online hate and harassment pose to free expression, PEN America developed this comprehensive digital toolkit to equip writers and journalists, as well as their allies and employers, with strategies and resources to defend themselves.
World Resources Institute offers journalists comprehensive data and maps on population, crops, droughts, fires and other natural disasters, oil spills, air quality, poverty, coastal flooding, power plants, human migration, deforestation, coral reef bleaching and more. Explore and visualize 260+ data sets, overlay data, create maps, visualizations and charts to embed in articles.
TNP's "news business in a box” — backed by a team of journalists, technologists, designers and news business professionals — offers features for professional publishing, as well as tools for monetization, content creation, distribution, customer engagement and business-critical insights.
Hostwriter is an open network that helps journalists to easily collaborate across borders. They connect thousands of journalists from 135 countries to seek and offer help, whether in the form of local advice, story collaboration or accommodation. And they award cash in two categories for the annual #HostwriterPrize.
Environment America used >5,000 data points from more than a dozen sources to create this map for journalists, policymakers and citizens to pinpoint pollution sources and other threats to this important water source for drinking, wildlife and recreation.
Explore America's rivers, coasts and shores. Dive into waterways and waterway data with FishViews' virtual reality tours comprising high-resolution, water-level imagery. Share the tour links with your audience.
EPN's bipartisan volunteers have backgrounds in environmental programs at the federal state and local levels, including scientists, engineers, economists, lawyers and others. Reporters who seek deep understanding of EPA programs, their origins and how they work in practice will find on their website budget analyses, comments on rulemakings and on U.S. EPA policies and priorities, and more.
Here you'll find informative and interesting podcasts recommended by SEJ members.
Long-time SEJ member Janet Raloff is the editor and driving force behind Science News for Students (SNS), an award-winning online publication dedicated to providing age-appropriate, topical science news to learners, parents and educators.
SEJ members Adam Glenn and Julia Kumari Drapkin partner with New York public radio flagship WNYC on a new participatory sensor reporting project exploring urban heat islands and health impacts in Harlem.