Exclusive: It’s Already Been A Historic Year of Extreme Natural Disasters That Has Pushed Environmental Journalism to the Fore. In Our October NewsPro We Highlight the Journalists Who Cover the Environment and the Issues They Face

Oct 17, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Facing all the challenging stories about the environment this year, environmental journalists have answered the call. In 2011, it has been extreme natural disasters that have helped to push environmental journalism into the forefront of breaking news. From weather anomalies to earthquakes, a Tsunami, and a tragic nuclear meltdown, environmental journalists have been on the frontlines this year.

Challenges facing journalists who cover these and other topics and much more are examined in the October issue of NewsPro. This issue coincides with the 21st annual conference of the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) , being held in Miami, Oct. 19 to 23.To see the entire October issue of NewsPro, which is devoted to environmental journalism and the SEJ event, please click here.

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