SEJournal Winter 2008-09, Vol. 18 No. 4

January 31, 2009
SEJournal Winter 2008 Vol. 18 #4

Winter 2008-09, Vol. 18 No. 4
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A Federal Superfund Site Near You May Hold a Great Story
By Joaquin Sapien

A Seattle River Engages Public in Pollution
By Robert McClure

A Media Future? How Nonprofit Journalism Offered Me a New Chance
By Douglas Fischer

Newsroom Cuts: Environment Beat Takes Hit in 2008 Recession
By Michael Mansur

“Point of Sorrow” — Recounting Coal’s Destruction in America
By Michael Mansur




Inside Story: If Pollution Cleanup Sounds Too Good To Be True
By Bill Dawson

President’s Report: Nation’s Energy Future Holds Promise for E-Journalists
By Christy George

Science Survey: Epigenetics... Understanding Chemicals' Newly Recognized Future Effects
By Valerie Brown

The Beat: News Convergence — the Three E’s of Environment, Energy
and Economy

By Bill Dawson

The Biz: Change Has Most Definitely Come. Now What?
By Bud Ward

Research News Roundup: Newspaper Coverage of Environment Praised
While Health Officials Were Unresponsive in Cancer Cluster Cases

By Jan Knight

Media On the Move: New Projects, Jobs and Awards for SEJ Member
By Judy Fahys

Reporter’s Toolbox: Here’s How to Join the Tweetstream on Twitter
By Amy Gahran

Bookshelf Book Reviews:
1. Poisoned Profits: The Toxic Assault on Our Children by Alice and Philip Shabecoff
reviewed by Kathleen Regan

2. Diagnosis: Mercury, Money, Politics & Poison by Jane Hightower
reviewed by Jennifer Weeks

3. No Way Home: The Decline of the World's Great Animal Migrations by David S. Wilcove
reviewed by Tom Henry

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