An award-winning radio series takes us along for the ride as reporter and editor work to cover the cutting edge of climate change research. Inside Story interviews the pair to explore not only how they pulled the package together, but also how you can advance your own reporting, working directly with scientists in the field.
With the nation's infrastructure suddenly atop the political agenda, thanks to incoming President Trump, Circle of Blue reporter Brett Walton talks with SEJournal Online about his award-winning series on the neglected risks of septic system pollution, in our latest 'Inside Story' Q&A.
SEJ’s WatchDog Project director Joseph A. Davis analyzes local and regional media's role in reporting — or not — the Flint water debacle.
"Inside Story" interviews science writer Chelsea Wald on writing feature stories and spin-offs, including her award winner about a scientist trying to teach ibises to migrate again. Photo: Northern bald ibis. © Johannes Fritz.
"Inside Story" editor Beth Daley speaks with J. Carl Ganter, director of Circle of Blue, a Michigan-based team of journalists and researchers that reports on the global intersection of water, food and energy. Photo: Punjabi farmers who use free water and energy are causing food waste and power shortages in India. Credit: © J. Carl Ganter, Circle of Blue.