This alphabetical listing includes a broad array of journalism award, grant and fellowship opportunities, most but not all environmental.
This is an alphabetical listing of primarily non-SEJ environmental journalism fellowships and workshops, compiled by SEJ.
This database is useful for environmental and energy reporters looking for mischief perpetrated by government officials and the industries who influence them with money.
If you need information on land use changes over time, or on current land uses and character, you may want to check out decades-worth of globe-spanning satellite images that USGS has made freely available to the public.
The summer of 2007 was another hot one in the US and worldwide.
It's the time of year when dead zones are prominent all over the northern hemisphere and their causes are varied.
Covering for the slovenly among us, hundreds of thousands of volunteers are expected to participate in an annual trash collection effort on Sept. 15, 2007, along the shores of the world's oceans, lakes, and rivers.
Around the world, compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) are widely touted- and sometimes required - as energy-efficient replacements for standard incandescent bulbs.
Even Al Gore, tweaked by conservatives for his multi-home, jet-setting lifestyle, has defended his bona fides by touting his family's purchase of carbon offsets.
The third of four reports that comprise the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's "Fourth Assessment Report on Climate Change" is scheduled to be released May 4, 2007, in Bangkok.