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Spring 2011

In this issue:
Charleston Gazette reporter Ken Ward Jr. opens up about his  ‘Coal Tattoo,’ and Farm Together Now author Daniel Tucker discusses his role in changing America’s food system.

 


Fall 2010

In this issue:
EJ chats with Mother Jones environmental journalist Kate Sheppard on her groundbreaking Gulf oil spill reporting and author James Workman on lessons learned from the Bushmen of the Kalahari.

 

 

 

Spring 2010

In this issue:
EJ chats with environmental journalism pro Andrew Revkin on life after the New York Times and author Joyce Egginton on the Michigan PBB crisis 30 years later.

 

 


Fall 2009

 In this issue:
EJ chats with hybrid journalist and Pulitzer finalist Susanne Rust and author David Owen on why New York is a model for green living.

 

 

 

 

Spring 2009

In this issue:
The Knight Center for Environmental Journalism’s turns 10.
The scope of the last Bush administration’s disregard of the science of climate change, public health and other issues is unprecedented, says science writer Seth Shulman.

 

 

Fall 2008

In this issue:
Hot Planet, Hot Spots: The United States military and intelligence community have moved past debating the existence of global climate change and are planning for the worst.

 

 

 

 

Spring 2008

In this issue:
Cell Block Green: A Norwegian prison breaks away from traditional punishment, while forging a link with the environment.

 

 

 

 

Fall 2007

In this issue:
Sustainable Hospitality: The hospital industry is traditionally a wasteful one, but that’s changing as innovative hotels green their image with practices that make sustainable and economic sense.

 

 

 

Spring 2007

In this issue:
Big Ten Environmentalism: As the environment continues to suffer, society turns its attention to the country’s centers of intelligence, free thought and creativity for leadership — universities in the Big Ten Conference.

 

 

 

Fall 2006

In this issue:
Green Lifestyles: The Next American Idol: Corn-Based Ethanol
Environmentalists bash corn-based ethanol for its green transgressions, so why is it the current pop darling among manufacturers and politicians?

 

 

 

Spring 2006

In this issue:
Green Prints: Project Documerica, an environmental photojournalism project from the 1970s, is a rich source for story ideas. Several photographers captured the people and environments of America’s mining culture.

 

 

 

 

Fall 2005

In this issue:
Plotting Their Course
Oceanographers examine environmental changes and effects in the Bering Strait and scientists visit sea life on the ocean floor 250 miles off the Galapagos Islands.

 

 

 

Spring 2005

In this issue:
Conservation: Environmental protection policies in China are leaving rural villages wondering about an uncertain future and most people savoring piles of pancakes topped with homemade syrup have little appreciation that in a mere 100 years or so, the maple tree might be gone.

 

 

 

 

Fall 2004

In this issue:
Side Effects: A multitude of pharmaceuticals, veterinary medicines and other industrial and household chemicals are flowing into our water sources and back to the tap and what public health standards leave out.

 

 

 

 

Spring 2004

In this issue:
Three Mile Island: An activist against nuclear energy reflects on Three Mile Island and the possibility of a nuclear future, a journalist reflects on his experience covering the Three Mile Island clean-up in the early 1980s and the unofficial holy war for the Gaza Strip has become war on the environment.

 

 

Fall 2003

In this issue:
Forgotten Environmental Stories: The 1977 Northern Flood Agreement was full of promises. But more than 25 years later, the Pimicikamak say Manitoba Hydro has not met the provisions of the treaty.

 

 

 

Spring 2003

In this issue:
Waiting for the Train: Morning rush hour in Michigan’s capital city is a relatively low-stress commute. But how different would the experience be with various modes of transportation and once on the cutting edge of transportation, Detroit stands as an example of the decline of mass transit.

 

 

Summer 2002

In this issue:
Misguided Tour: A proliferation of articles on ecotourism destinations has increased tourist traffic. Locals are now asking writers to cut back on the promotional stories. With its doors now open to the West, China is experiencing rapid growth in its tourism trade. But away from the bustling cities is a China still prinitive and undeveloped.

 

Winter 2002

In this issue:
The Tech Effect: Computers and video games are consuming more of children’s time—but it’s not without consequences. With gizmos and gadgets galore, many are beginning to suffer the pain of repetitive strain injuries. But as the circuits pile up, the environment is being adversely affected in not so inconsequential ways.

 

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