Center for Environmental Journalism

About the Center for Environmental Journalism

Scenic PhotosIn the last 40 years, awareness of our impact on the Earth has grown to the point where environmental issues now are at the center of public discourse. For this to lead to informed decision-making on issues such as climate change, journalists must provide the public with timely, accurate and unbiased information, and society must better understand the nexus between media, environmental science, policy and politics.

Helping with these critical tasks is the mission of the Center for Environmental Journalism. For more detailed information about the CEJ, please continue reading ...

Check out The Boulder Stand, the CEJ's online, student-produced environmental magazine: http://www.theboulderstand.org/

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Ted Scripps Fellowships

The CEJ is dedicated to helping working journalists deepen their knowledge of environmental issues through a variety of programs, including the Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism.

Graduate Program

To help train the next generation of reporters, the CEJ offers an environmental journalism emphasis within Journalism & Mass Communication's master's program and doctoral program.

News and Events

Ted Scripps Fellow Karen Coates was awarded the Pollner Professorship in the School of Journalism at the University of Montana. For more CEJ news, click here.
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