The common evaluation basis: the solar emJoule (seJ
) offers a quantitative statistical data useful in territorial management and decision making.
Other newspapers garnering SEJ
honors included the Los Angels Times, Austin American-Statesman, Christian Science Monitor, and The State of Columbia, S.C.
A former editor of the Des Moines Register, Overholser led a panel of experts on secrecy and access to information at SEJ
's annual convention in late October in Vermont.
While journalists can use tools like the SEJ
Web site (www.sej.org) to track strong environmental coverage happening throughout the country--such as the stories that recently won SEJ
awards (alerting the public to the dangers of fuel transmission pipes, examining problems with Native American logging in Alaska, investigating land speculators in California and pollution hazards in Florida)--a lot of this fine and important reporting is not reaching a broader public audience.
To determine if Stauber and Rampton's anecdotal claims possess empirical validity, this study examines two sources of information subsidies supplied to members of the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ
) over a one-year period: (1) public relations materials mailed to SEJ
members, and (2) story tipsheets assembled by SEJ
staffers for members.
A [yen] 100 investment in SEJ
stock in 1980 would have been worth [yen] 300,000 in 2000.
Ten years later, SEJ
has a fully staffed office in Philadelphia and an operating budget of $668,000.
worked closely with the wood supplier, Riverbend Timber Framing (Blissfield, Michigan), which constructed all the oak frame components, then pre-cut and pre-fit the pieces before sending them to the site ready for assembly.
members and non-members are able to apply for the grants, as long as their work is within the journalism field.
Eifion is studying at Grwp NPTC Group while working on the family farm, and running his own welding and fabrication business, SEJ
Journalists at the recent SEJ
convention in Vermont got an earful from NASA scientist James E.
23], Alan Caruba criticized the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ
) and its members, contending they have promoted "baseless fears" about "bogus" environmental issues such as global warming and pesticide risks.