Headquartered near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) provides more than anything else a virtual network (and during its annual conferences a face-to-face network) of journalists learning from and sharing with each other. On any given day, SEJ members ask questions of their peers on everything ranging from best sources on a particular issue to useful Web sites and even to things such as which digital recorders are best for conducting telephone or in-person interviews. Members routinely share their experiences and insights with their online colleagues, often displaying an impressive depth of understanding on a wide range of environmental and natural resources issues.

In addition to maintaining a public online presence (see the Further Readings), as well as a members-only site, over the ...

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