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- "Q and A With Carey Gillam of The New Lede," CounterPunch, May 6, 2022. John Kendall Hawkins interviews SEJ member Carey Gillam.
- "Environmental Journalist Paves Way for Truth, Diversity in Work," DailyLobo.com, April 25, 2022. Editor-in-chief Megan Gleason writes about SEJ board member Laura Paskus.
- "What You Can Do in Our Fight Against Mask Pollution," YR Media, April 13, 2022, by Kyana Early. SEJ member Michele Hollow is quoted.
- "How the Local News Crisis Affects Coverage of COVID-19 and the Climate … and Vice Versa," Poynter, December 17, 2021, by Tim Franklin, Penelope Muse Abernathy and Mark Jacob. SEJ board president Sadie Babits, a professor at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, is quoted.
- "Peter Dykstra: Reporters and Writers I'm Thankful For," Environmental Health News, November 25, 2021. The author, an SEJ member, gives thanks to those who inform our world, including Ken Ward Jr., Jim Bruggers and SEJ deputy director Chris Bruggers, Andy Revkin and others.
- "Censorship by PIO: Inside the Fight for Media Access," Editor & Publisher Magazine, October 18, 2021, by Alisa Cromer: Tim Wheeler, SEJ's Freedom of Information Task Force chair and Chesapeake Bay Journal editor.
- "Fighting the "PIO Chokepoints" That Limit Media Access to Government Sources," Editor & Publisher Magazine, September 29, 2021. "E&P Reports" publisher Mike Blinder speaks with Tim Wheeler, SEJ's Freedom of Information Task Force chair and Chesapeake Bay Journal editor.
- "As Juneau's Power Company Tests Disaster Plan, Some Ask Why Salmon Creek Dam Safety Documents Are Kept Secret," KTOO Public Media, August 28, 2021, by Jacob Resneck, who quotes SEJ project consultant/writer Joseph A. Davis.
- "Environmental Journalism Pioneers," Environmental Health News, August 22, 2021. Peter Dykstra, himself an SEJ member, gives an online "nod to some folks who've bettered the craft and the planet," including Dan Fagin, Phil Shabecoff, Bill Kovarik and David Sassoon, as well as SEJ's founding executive director Beth Parke.
- "Environmental Journalism's Replacement Cycle," Environmental Health News, July 11, 2021. Peter Dykstra mentions multiple SEJ members, including Don Hopey following his buyout by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette after three decades.
- "These Environmental Reporters Told You So," Environmental Health News, April 11, 2021. Peter Dykstra awards kudos to several SEJ members.
- "This Kansas Reporter Is Taking On a Top Chemical Company With Her Pen," The Hutchinson News, March 13, 2021. Alice Mannette profiles SEJ board member Carey Gillam.
- "‘Whatever Your Beat, the Environment and Climate … Are Already a Part of It,’ Says Oil & Energy Journalist," National Press Club Journalism Institute, January 28, 2021. Holly Butcher Grant interviews Antonia Juhasz.
- "Beth Gardiner: What Are the Consequences of Breathing Dirty Air?" NPR/TED Radio Hour, Jan 15, 2021. Beth Gardiner explains the long-term health effects of air pollution.
- "Ian Frazier Says Goodbye to 2020, in Verse," The New Yorker Radio Hour, December 18, 2020, by Alex Barron. At ~2:46 minutes in, Frazier shines a bright light on SEJ member Amy Westervelt, host and reporter of podcast "Drilled."
- "The 3 Scariest Chemicals To Watch Out For in Your Home," New York Times, Aug 31, 2020, by Erik Vance, highlighting a series by SEJ member/science writer Liza Gross.
- "Chicago Community Trust Grant to Fund Two Sun-Times Newsroom Positions," Chicago Sun-Times, May 26, 2020, by Sun-Times staff. SEJ member Brett Chase "will tackle another newly created beat focusing on the environment and public health."
- "'The Parallels Between Coronavirus and Climate Crisis Are Obvious'," The Guardian, May 4, 2020, by Michael Segalov. An interview with SEJ member/environmental journalist Emily Atkin, who hopes public pressure over the pandemic will be a model for forcing governments to act.
- "Faculty Discuss Environmental Policy in the Era of COVID-19 Before a Virtual Crowd of 200," The Daily Princetonian, April 26, 2020, by Ngan Chiem, includes quotes from panel speaker/SEJ president Meera Subramanian.
- "The Trump Administration and the Media: Attacks on Press Credibility Endanger US Democracy and Global Press Freedom," Committee to Protect Journalists, April 16, 2020. SEJ board member/past president Bobby Magill was interviewed for this report by Leonard Downie Jr., Weil Family Professor of Journalism, Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and former Executive Editor, The Washington Post.
- "Craig Pittman, Popular Environmental Reporter and Author, Among 11 Cut From the Tampa Bay Times," Florida Politics, March 19, 2020, by Janelle Irwin Taylor.
- "Panic Time," Columbia Journalism Review, March 16, 2020, by E. Tammy Kim, about the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists with a quote from SEJ executive director Meaghan Parker and reference to a Bulletin story by SEJ member Dawn Stover.
- "‘The Story of Our Lifetime and Our Planet’ — Environmental Journalism in Troubled Times," The Revelator's Tara Lohan interviews SEJ president Meera Subramanian, March 5, 2020.
- "Radon 'Old News,' But Threat Current": SEJ project consultant/writer Joseph A. Davis is quoted in Illinois' Community Word, December 28, 2019, by Bill Knight.
- "Jim Malewitz Named Wisconsin Watch Investigations Editor," Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, November 14, 2019.
- "Losing the News": Ken Ward Jr. (a 2018 $625,000 MacArthur "Genius" grantee) and his paper the Charleston Gazette-Mail, profiled by Brent Cunningham in the Pacific Standard, July 23, 2019.
- "John Oliver Fake-Climbs Mount Everest To Prove It’s Probably Not Worth It": Michael Kodas in a soundbite on John Oliver's tirade about Mount Everest climbers (from a CBC documentary, at 11:20 of this clip), June 24, 2019.
- "Freelance Work Leads to Busy Career for Florida Journalist": A story about journalist Carol Brzozowski by Natalie Beckerink, SizingUpTheSouth, Auburn University, June 6, 2019.
- "Journalists Examine State of the Local Media": Robert McClure was one of four journalists on a May 1 "future of our local press" panel; story published May 17, 2019 by the Tacoma Weekly staff.
- "Indian Point Energy Already Replaced — We Have a Surplus of Electricity": Roger Witherspoon is interviewed for this story in the Yonkers Times, May 4, 2019, by Dan Murphy.
- "Media Beat: When a Region Tells Its Own Stories, That's 'New Territory'": "'Get out of Missouri,' was the professional advice Tina Casagrand received as a young journalist fresh out of college. Instead, she hunkered down in a small city and started a print magazine for people who love the Lower Midwest just as much as she does." The Daily Yonder, April 2, 2019, by Julianne Couch.
- "The New Yorker Covers Media Woes in Coal Country, Interviews SEJer Bruggers": James Bruggers, long-time member, former board member and president of the SEJ board, was the last full-time environmental reporter at a Kentucky newspaper when he left to join the Inside Climate News team. The New Yorker's Charles Bethea interviewed Bruggers and SEJ's E.D. Meaghan Parker for his March 26, 2019 story on the continued demise of newspapers and staffers reporting on coal country — and the innumerable costs of that lack of coverage.
- "On Assignment | James Bruggers Helps Louisville Breathe Easier": James Bruggers covers the environment for the Courier-Journal — sometimes a tricky proposition. The (Louisville, KY) Courier-Journal, March 10, 2014, by James Bruggers.
- "Observer Reporter Selected for Fellowship": Katy Nesbitt will explore natural resource issues in Montana's Rocky Mountain Front during IJNR's (Institutes for Journalism & Natural Resources) Crown of the Continent Institute, June 26-30, 2013. The (La Grande, Oregon) Observer, June 12, 2013, by Kelly Ducote.
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