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As part of a special report focused on covering climate solutions, we take closer looks at ocean-based and methane/energy-based solutions, with special tipsheets and toolboxes. In coming weeks, we'll also look at nature-based solutions and Indigenous communities, and sustainable-business solutions. Check out the latest and stay tuned for more.
SEJournal looks ahead to key issues in the coming year with this "2022 Journalists’ Guide to Energy & Environment" special report. The guide was rolled out in early January, with new features added through to its formal launch in late January at an annual roundtable organized by the Society of Environmental Journalists. Check out the guide's various Backgrounders, TipSheets and WatchDog reports.
This special report is the second in a series designed to help journalists of all kinds cover the impacts of climate change in their region, and to report on actions taken to mitigate its worst effects and preparations for what can't be stopped. This special report on the Southern United States includes an extensive background overview, tipsheets for closer looks at anticipated impacts, at efforts to mitigate them and any plans to adapt. And to help cover this wealth of story ideas, also see our extensive regional resource toolbox.
This special report is designed to help journalists in the Pacific Northwest cover the impacts of climate change, as well as the actions taken to mitigate its worst effects and to adapt to what can’t be stopped. The report was produced February-March 2020 and includes a wide-ranging issue backgrounder, a toolbox and three tipsheets on climate impacts, mitigation and adaptation offering a wealth of story ideas for right now, and over the coming decade.
SEJournal looks ahead to key issues in the coming year with this "2021 Journalists’ Guide to Energy & Environment" special report. The report was formally launched Jan. 27, 2021, at an annual roundtable organized by the Society of Environmental Journalists and hosted virtually by National Geographic Society. Check out the guide's various Backgrounders, TipSheets and WatchDog reports, an overview analysis and live event coverage.