SEJ Members' Blogs and Websites

If you find a link below that no longer works, or if you're an SEJ member and would like your blog added to the page, please email Cindy MacDonald, SEJ's web content manager; include the title, URL and a 1-2 sentence description which includes your name. Members: you can also add a link to your website or other work on your member profile (you'll need your log-in info).

 


Bay Journal
News, notes and observations from Tim Wheeler and the Bay Journal staff.

Jane Braxton Little
Freelance writer/photographer exploring the environment: issues, icons and the just plain intriguing.

Columbia Insight
Columbia Insight publishes articles on the breadth of environmental issues in the Columbia River Basin. Susan Hess, Publisher.

Covering the Planet
David Poulson, associate director of Michigan State University's Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, helps journalists understand and explain environmental issues — and do it on deadline.

Dennis Dimick
This website is where Dennis Dimick, National Geographic's environment editor for more than a decade, posts his photos and writing. See also Eyes on Earth, a project he co-founded to inspire a new generation of environmental photographers.

Dot Earth
In The New York Times' Dot Earth blog, Andrew C. Revkin examines efforts to balance human affairs with the planet's limits.

Energy Matters
Roger Witherspoon blogs on nuclear-related energy and environmental issues.

Environmental History
Updates and commentary on historical issues involving the media and environmental history by Bill Kovarik of Radford University.

Envirothink
The focus of this blog includes innovative environmentally-friendly products that are creating solutions and eco-related news. Debra Atlas looks at what works, what’s on the drawing boards, and the big "near misses" that are making the "green" news.

Peter Fairley
Peter Fairley tracks the intersection of energy, climate and the environment from the coalfields of Inner Mongolia to the unlit villages of Bolivia’s Cordillera Real and the PV-covered auto plants of Stuttgart.

The Global Fool
Roberta Attanasio, a scientist dedicated to science communication, blogs to raise awareness of environmental problems and their global nature.

Grave Matters
Mark Harris, author of the book "Grave Matters: A Journey through the Modern Funeral Industry to a Natural Way of Burial", discusses green burial options.

Green Burial Naturally
Most people know what green burial is; Green Burial Naturally promotes this death care alternative and The Natural Burial Cemetery Guide, available through the website, helps them choose it for themselves. By Ann Hoffner.

Sharon Guynup
Sharon Guynup writes/shoots stories on diverse issues, from wildlife, resources, energy and climate change to environmental health and pollution.

How to Boil a Frog
Jon Cooksey's funny treatment of the Big Picture — global warming, peak oil, overpopulation, shrinking resources, income inequality — reflects the personal, populist tone and broad scope of his upcoming theatrical docu-comedy of the same name.

IEAM Blog
This is the blog of Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, one of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry journals. It features posts on current environmental news, providing a resource for the public and a rapid response forum for communication on groundbreaking studies. Roberta Attanasio, a scientist dedicated to science communication, is the Blog Editor.

ImaGeo
Tom Yulsman, co-director of the Center for Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado, Boulder, blogs about science for Discover Magazine, with a focus on the intersection of imagery, imagination and Earth.

InvestigateWest
Former Seattle Post-Intelligencer reporter Robert McClure of InvestigateWest publishes original reporting and tools on INVW.org that equip the public to participate in our democracy and collaborate with other news outlets to pursue consequential journalism.

Sharon Levy, Writer: Science & Nature
Sharon Levy covers the quirks and wonders of the natural world, including the lives of creatures from the cholera bacterium to the saber-toothed cat. Her writing appears in Undark, BioScience, Nature and other magazines, and her latest book is "The Marsh Builders: The Fight for Clean Water, Wetlands, and Wildlife," from Oxford University Press.

Robin Meadows
Robin Meadows covers conservation, agriculture and energy in California, where the three issues intersect and conflict. She also has a thing for molecular biology.

The Official PoultryBookstore.com Blog
Freelancer Christine Heinrichs blogs about poultry, including domestic, wild and historic breeds.

Our Changing Menu
SEJ member Carrie Koplinka-Loehr and team explain the complex ties between your next meal and a warming planet in their book "Our Changing Menu: Climate Change and the Foods We Love and Need" (Cornell University Press, 2021). They lead you on a journey through a complete menu and show what you can do to help. At the companion website, learn how climate change affects specific ingredients.

Runaway Human Population
Hans Tammemagi, environment, science and travel writer for the Vancouver Sun in BC, Canada blogs about the exploding human population, its impacts on resources and environment and the future of the planet.

The Slick
This project of award-winning online news outlet Capital & Main, with SEJ members Laura Paskus and Judith Lewis Mernit on board as editors, is dedicated to exposing the influence of the fossil fuel industry on state politics and climate change.

The Story Group
SEJ members Leslie Dodson and Daniel Glick, along with photojournalist Ted Wood, are founding partners of this multimedia journalism consortium devoted to covering global energy, economic and environmental issues.  The Story Group combines strong journalism with new media techniques to achieve the most enduring goal of storytelling: to inform and inspire.

Summa Cum Latte
Kathiann M. Kowalski shares fun and fascinating news about science stuff and life in general. Visit regularly and enjoy as you sip your coffee, chai, milkshakes, or whatever.

Amy Westervelt
Amy Westervelt, founder of the Critical Frequency podcast network, is an award-winning print and audio journalist. As the head of Critical Frequency, she has executive produced more than a dozen podcasts, including her own show Drilled — a true-crime style podcast about climate change.

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