SEJ holds regional conferences and other events to help its more than 1,500 members polish their craft and get important background on current environmental issues. Do you have an idea for your organization to partner with SEJ on an event in your area? Let us know.
SEJ Regional Conferences, Member Meet-Ups and Webinars
SEJ Regional Conferences
On Sep 3, "Reckoning" authors Candis Callison and Mary Lynn Young, along with Navajo Times reporter Donovan Quintero, had an in-depth discussion of how journalists and educators can act to change the culture of journalism and journalism education to embrace a more situated and systemic journalism. Co-sponsored by SEJ and Columbia University's Earth Institute. Webinar recording, blog post and diversity resources.
Here is our listing of active SEJ networking groups around the U.S. and Canada, and information on how to start a group in your area. These are informal gatherings organized by SEJ members to build and sustain professional ties between environmental journalists and editors in all media. SEJ membership is not required. Photo: SEJers meet up for drinks in Boston, Feb. 18, 2017, during the AAAS conference. © Meera Subramanian.Topics on the Beat:
Check here for upcoming regional events, including meet-ups.
Also watch the SEJ Community Calendar for professional meetings or informal get-togethers in your area.Topics on the Beat: