Here is our listing of active SEJ networking groups around the U.S. and Canada, and information on how to start a group in your area. These are informal gatherings organized by SEJ members to build and sustain professional ties between environmental journalists and editors in all media. SEJ membership is not required. Photo: SEJers meet up for drinks in Boston, Feb. 18, 2017, during the AAAS conference. © Meera Subramanian.
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The Society of Environmental Journalists has objected to the Environmental Protection Agency's "no attribution" ground rule for a press teleconference that was part of its June 2, 2014, roll-out of its carbon emissions rule for existing power plants. The background briefing — which supplemented Administrator Gina McCarthy's on-record statement — made questions difficult on this complex rule. The text of SEJ's June 6 letter to McCarthy is here. The text of EPA's June 10 response to SEJ's letter is here.Topics on the Beat:Initiatives:Visibility:Region: