Global warming, climate change, and other related topics are all covered by environmental journalists. For those who seek to learn more about the profession (or for those who might already be involved in this world), the Society of Environmental Journalists website will be a most welcome discovery. The objective of the Society is "to build a stronger and more closely connected network of educated environmental journalists and editors", and their site is a testimony to that spirit. Here, visitors can sign up to receive the "EJToday" news updates, read their biweekly tip sheet, and also learn about their mentoring program. The "Resources" section is very much worth a visit, and it includes links to online resources dealing with hurricanes, teaching environmental journalism, relevant blogs, and a work in progress guide "Climate Change: A Guide to the Information and Disinformation".


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