Welcome to SEJ

This is the new residence for YOUR PROFILE. Your contact information; membership renewal date, status and invoicing; SEJ membership category and more are all here. Networking will be easier than ever, with simple, effective searches; messaging to fellow SEJers; connections (think friend) and more. So you can do more than before, or you can just chill, update your profile and renew as needed, with much less effort. Please look around and get to know your new site. And check back often to see what programs SEJ has on the calendar. Look to the right for events, and look below this section. There's a lot going on, and we don't want you to miss any of it.

 

2018 Journalists' Guide to Energy & Environment

From pipeline politics to hurricane horrors, 2017 witnessed a flood of energy and environment news — and 2018 promises to set a new high-water mark. On Friday, January 26 at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC, the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) launched its annual report, "The Journalists' Guide to Energy and Environment,” which previewed the top stories of 2018, with comments from a roundtable of leading journalists. If you were unable to attend in person or watch it online, the webcast is archived here. See details of the event. Access the full guide here.

SEJ Awards for
Reporting on the Environment

For the 2018 Awards, SEJ announced a new $10,000 cash prize for the Nina Mason Pulliam Award for Outstanding Environmental Reporting. To honor the "best of the best," first-place winners selected this year from SEJ's seven awards categories will be automatically entered into the Nina Mason Pulliam Award. Deadline to enter was April 2, 2018. Winners will be announced in August, or as soon as possible after judges have completed their deliberations. Awards will be presented at SEJ's annual conference in Flint, Mich.

SEJ's 28th Annual Conference
Flint, MI, Oct. 3-7, 2018

AC2018 logoEnvironmental Journalism 2018, hosted by the University of Michigan-Flint, will bring the continent’s environmental press corps to Michigan a month before the crucial U.S. 2018 midterm elections. The conference is designed to provide journalists with the tools they need to hone the craft of writing and reporting in addition to providing insights into critical election-related issues, such as bridging the urban-rural divide. Tours fill quickly — register now to save money (earlybird rates end Aug 1) and get the tour of your choice. Peruse the draft agenda or read speaker bios.

SEJ2018 - Flint Michigan Exhibits