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Peter Dykstra's analysis helps environmental journalists sort through the convergence of money, politics, ideology and nature.
William Souder explains how Rachel Carson's seminal 1962 work Silent Spring shaped (and still shapes) modern environmentalism (from his new book, On a Farther Shore: The Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson).
Freelance writer and photographer Roger Archibald tells the tale of the 2012 Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition, which sought to reclaim a tenuous natural migratory route that the state’s surviving endemic wildlife might once again follow.
JoAnn Valenti reports on the best of the 2012 Sundance Film Fest offerings on pesticides, climate change, nuclear power, interactive art installations, and more. © Photo by Yoni Brook of women on a dying lake in India, topic of "Valley of Saints," co-winner of the Sloan science award and a Sundance award winner.
Read about EPA's long dormant photojournalism project containing thousands of color photographs depicting a nation and its environmental problems in the early 1970s — and the new State of the Environment Photo Project this rediscovery has spawned, inviting participants worldwide to submit their work. By SEJournal photo editor Roger Archibald.