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- "A Fracking-Driven Industrial Boom Renews Pollution Concerns in Pittsburgh," Yale E360, March 21, 2019, by Nick Cunningham (inspired in part by attending this tour, "which got me thinking about the planned petrochemical hub in Appalachia").
- "Car culture revolution spreading to Muncie," Muncie Star Press, February 15, 2019, by Seth Slabaugh.
- "How Phoenix Is Working to Beat Urban Heat," Scientific American, February 13, 2019, by Keridwen Cornelius.
- "Warming winters in the Midstate, how it affects recreation," WHTM-TV (Harrisburg, PA), February 8, 2019, by Dan Tomaso.
- "Extreme weather swings of 2018: Record setting warmth and snow storms in the Midstate," WHTM-TV (Harrisburg, PA), February 8, 2019, by Dan Tomaso.
- "The "original sin" of air quality regulations is keeping communities polluted. But that's changing." Environmental Health News, January 7, 2019, by Meg Wilcox.
- "Modern smugglers use social media to sell Chile’s ancient botanical riches," Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, Michigan State University, January 4, 2019, by Diego Almendras ("inspired by speakers I listened to").
- "C'mon Along in a Self-Driving Vehicle, To See If The Future Is Just Down the Road," WUWM Milwaukee/NPR, January 3, 2019, by Chuck Quirmbach.
- "The War on Plastics: Who’s Winning?" Science, Health and Environmental Journalism at Mizzou blog, December 27, 2018, by Danielle Pycior.
- "Donald Trump's science: Climate change policies cause heated discussions at SEJ Conference," Science, Health and Environmental Journalism at Mizzou blog, December 19, 2018, by Kassidy Arena.
- "How Newark got lead in its water, and what it means for the rest of America," Vice News, December 18, 2018, by Sarah Sax.
- "Raising a voice for the Au Sable," Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, Michigan State University, December 17, 2018, by Sara Alfaro Cornejo.
- "Deer Poaching in Wisconsin: Illegal Harvests in the Heartland," Media Milwaukee, December 14, 2018, by Ed Makowski.
- "Contaminated fish threaten human health in U.S., Chile," Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, Michigan State University, December 10, 2018, by Rocío Cano Muñoz.
- "Flint Justicia Ambiental" (video; in Spanish), A Primera Hora, December 10, 2018, by Andres Pruna.
- "'When is this going to stop?': Florida activist highlights devastating impact of algae blooms on wildlife," ABC News-Washington, December 9, 2018, by Stephanie Ebbs.
- "As White House debates validity of climate report, local officials are already at work," ABC News-Washington, December 3, 2018, by Stephanie Ebbs.
- "Pipelines-Part 5," The Green Room, NPR-affiliate WEMU News, 89 One FM, November 30, 2018, by Barbara Lucas.
- "Residents, experts tell Pennsylvania officials that PFAS chemical cleanup will be expensive and difficult, but it's time to act," Environmental Health News and PublicSource, November 30, 2018, by Kristina Marusic and Oliver Morrison.
- "Hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians have been exposed to dangerous PFAS chemicals, including around Pittsburgh’s airport," PublicSource, November 27, 2018, by Oliver Morrison.
- "Ohio’s watershed moment: How to fix Lake Erie algae," Grist, November 12, 2018, by Maria Gallucci.
- "Don't Park in the Green Zone? Do SoCal's waterfront developments have enough open space?" The Log, November 8, 2018, by Parimal M. Rohit.
- "Flint to the World: Water is a Human Right," People's Tribune Latest News, November 7, 2018, by Bob Lee.
- "The Scientist as Civic Partner," Medium, November 6, 2018, by Louise Lief.
- "Self-driving vehicles getting tested to improve car safety" (video), The AccuWeather Network, November 2, 2018, by Cheryl Nelson.
- "The Door Flint Opened: America's Drinking Water Crisis," Great Lakes Now/Detroit Public TV, November 1, 2018. Features SEJ members Anna Clark, Tom Henry, Leana Hosea, Bobby Magill, Roger Witherspoon and Nadia White.
- "3 years after Flint, lead is still a public health crisis," ABC News, October 31, 2018, by Stephanie Ebbs.
- "Digesters Growing with RNG: Renewable Fuel Credits Sparking Growth in Livestock Digesters," DTN/The Progressive Farmer, October 29, 2018 by Chris Clayton.
- "Telling the video story: Scatter visual breadcrumbs, keep the camera steady and shoot from the heart," NiemanStoryboard, October 25, 2018, by Mary Ann Colihan.
- "Ökowende per Unterschrift," Zeit, October 24, 2018, by Dirk Asendorpf.
- "Native American stories require time, relationship-building," Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, Michigan State University, October 23, 2018, by Whitney McDonald.
- "Journalists challenged to make climate change today's news," Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, Michigan State University, October 22, 2018, by Alexandria Iacobelli.
- "What to do about the things we cannot control," The Michigan Daily, October 21, 2018, by Julia Montag.
- "1,600 days on bottled water: Flint still swamped by water woes," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 20, 2018, by Don Hopey.
- "Covering the urban environment in four steps," Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, Michigan State University, October 20, 2018, by Anntaninna Biondo.
- "How Solar-Powered, Mobile Water Purifiers Can Help Cities Cope With Bad Water," IEEE Spectrum, October 18, 2018, by Maria Gallucci.
- "Green Visions: the positive change from the Flint water crisis," KUMD/Duluth Public Radio, October 17, 2018. Adam Reinhardt interviews Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha.
- "Minnesota has fought PFAS for years. Here’s how its plan can help Michigan." Bridge | Michigan Environment Watch, October 17, 2018, by Jim Malewitz.
- "Why hasn't Michigan set PFAS limits for drinking water yet?," MLive | Grand Rapids Press, October 17, 2018, by Garret Ellison.
- "Gas-burning cars and trucks will be left behind, futurists of SEJ panel predict at Factory One," East Village Magazine, October 16, 2018, by Harold C. Ford.
- "Flint Legionnaires' Disease Survivors Speak Out: 'Every Day Is a Challenge'," Rewire.News, October 15, 2018, by Auditi Guha.
- "Book Review: David Buick's Marvelous Motor Car by Lawrence Gustin," East Village Magazine, October 13, 2018, by Harold C. Ford.
- "Closing the gap between climate change and local reporting," The GroundTruth Project, October 12, 2018, by Wilson Liévano.
- "Is the Flint Water Crisis Over?'" The Allegheny Front, October 12, 2018, by Kara Holsopple and Reid Frazier.
- "Analysts Forecast Midterm Election’s Impact on Climate Change," Eos/Earth & Space Science News, October 11, 2018, by Randy Showstack.
- "Divining the true source of stories," Nieman Storyboard, October 11, 2018, by Madeline Bodin.
- "People of Color Vulnerable to Extreme Weather," Journal-isms, October 11, 2018, by Richard Prince.
- "Environmental journalists visit solar arrays in Lapeer," The County Press, October 10, 2018, by Jeff Hogan.
- "National journalists gliding into the Flint River see herons, egrets, kingfishers — and pride," East Village Magazine, October 10, 2018, by Jan Worth-Nelson.
- "Cedar Key clam, oyster farmers put harvest on hold for Hurricane Michael," The Gainesville Sun, October 9, 2018, by Max Chesnes.
- "Natives in "Canada's Chemical Valley" hope for environmental change," WQAD News 8 (Moline, Illinois), October 9, 2018, by Eric Sorensen (includes several photos).
- "The Flint Water Crisis and Beyond," The Quinnipiac Chronicle, October 9, 2018, by Anna Ciacciarella.
- "Scientists: Time running short before climate change effects are 'irreversible'," ABC News-Washington, October 8, 2018, by Stephanie Ebbs.
- "Tom is joined by author/filmmaker/environmental lecturer Lynne Cherry," The Tom Sumner Program, October 8, 2018.
- "Environmental journalists depart Flint after "historic" conference in heart of water crisis territory," East Village Magazine, October 7, 2018, by Jan Worth-Nelson.
- "Experts decry weak pollution standards for local industry," The Sarnia Journal, October 7, 2018, by Cathy Dobson.
- "Diversity in environmental organizations is improving, with still a long way to go," Environmental Health News, October 5, 2018, by Kristina Marusic.
- "Flint residents eye innovative solutions for the future as they try to move beyond the water crisis," ThinkProgress, October 5, 2018, by E.A. Crunden.
- "Michigan could see a green wave in November as candidates highlight water, environmental issues," ThinkProgress, October 5, 2018, by E.A. Crunden.
- "Flint water story embodies crises of lost democracy, Hanna-Attisha tells national journalists," East Village Magazine, October 4, 2018, by Jan Worth-Nelson.
- "Journalists get firsthand look at Flint 4 years after water crisis began," MLive-The Flint Journal, October 4, 2018, by Ron Fonger.
- "Metro Detroit forecast: The See-saw continues," WDIV-TV Channel 4 (Detroit), October 4, 2018, by Paul Gross (scroll down to heading "SEJ 2018").
- "We're probably undervaluing healthy lakes and rivers," Science News, October 4, 2018, by Laurel Hamers.
- "From Michigan to the Nation – A Groundwater Emergency," October 2018, a collaboration between Bridge Magazine, Detroit Public Television's Great Lakes Now and Circle of Blue.
- "NewsPro Magazine," October 2018 (PDF).
|During Thursday tour "The Future of Mobility," AccuWeather reporter/meteorologist Cheryl Nelson visited the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor's MCity, a 32-acre mock city where self-driving vehicles are tested for safety and efficiency.|