The Environmental Journalism
Gallery is an archive of the very
best investigative series and special
projects on environmental topics, including
Useful Links, from Acid Rain to Zoos
database contains more than 1,500 entries
representing the most useful web sites
Blogs and more
is a listing of web sites that SEJ members have recommended as useful to any journalist covering environmental issues.
Climate Change: A Guide to the Information and Disinformation
is a special reporters' online resource section devoted to climate. It is drawn from the Rolodexes, notebooks, and background files of some of the top reporters in the business. The guide is, and will remain, a work in progress.
Canada resources are useful for journalists covering Canadian environmental issues in Canada, as well as for those covering trans-border issues.
Latin America resources are for journalists covering Central America, Mexico and South America, and related border issues.
Academic environmental communication
is a new collection of links for people
who write about science, research
scientific topics, and face the
associated challenges, ethics and
difficulties in accurately describing
Teaching environmental journalism
offers resources for those who teach EJ at the
university level. Includes course syllabi from
around the world and a link to the
SEJ-edu members-only listserv which is a forum for
teachers and students to exchange information.
is an assortment of how-to articles on topics
including environment beat basics, tips on
interviewing, using spreadsheets, and more.
Source lists page
provides contact information for the U.S. Department of Interior (including HQ, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, Minerals Management Service, National Park Service, Office of Surface Mining, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey)
and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Books page includes environmental fiction books,
our members' nonfiction volumes and their
suggestions for resource books you should consult.
For more story ideas, visit
SEJ's TipSheet, WatchDog TipSheet, Environmental Events
Calendar, SEJournal, and Environmental