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SEJ's 28th Annual Conference Coverage

#SEJ2018 in Flint, Michigan, hosted by the University of Michigan-Flint, took place Oct 3-7, 2018. Find multimedia coverage here (including audios of most sessions), peruse the agenda or read speaker bios.

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It's critically important to SEJ to gather evidence on the impact of our work. Please help us to keep SEJ strong and share links, photos, copies of reporting generated or informed by this conference. Send your story links to Cindy MacDonald, SEJ's Web content manager. Moderators, speakers, tour leaders: we also welcome resources, tipsheets, etc., from sessions or tours that you wish to share on our coverage page.

Image: Environmental Justice panel "Elevating and Improving Our Reporting on Environmental Justice Issues". © Dale Willman/SEJ.

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March 29, 2017 to April 2, 2017

Environmental History Conference

The American Society for Environmental History's annual meeting, hosted by the University of Illinois-Chicago, will feature more than 100 sessions discussing climate change, environmental justice, endangered species, public lands, energy policy, forestry management, natural disasters, and other topics.

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Green Burial Not Just Throwing Ashes on Compost Heap

Chance research on the concept of green burials leads one freelancer not just to a years-long writing project, but to a more intimate encounter with the growing practice. In this essay, Ann Hoffner shares her first-hand experience with green burials and the deeper meaning she discovers in them, as well as one tender goodbye in a quiet wood.

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March 30, 2016 to April 3, 2016

Environmental History Conference

Environmental History and Its Publics - Annual Conference of the American Society for Environmental History

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Financial Aid for Minority Students and Others

Financial resource guides and experts are available to future environmental journalists from minority/underrepresented groups. African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, Native Americans, LGBT,  Pacific Islanders, women and others can apply for financial opportunities such as scholarships, grants, awards and more.

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