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A quick chat with John Daley on covering the environment and other big stories
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A quick chat with John Daley on covering the environment and other big stories

By on Jul 27, 2010

John Daley reports for KSL-TV, the NBC affiliate in Salt Lake City, and has covered everything from mine disasters to the Elizabeth Smart case. He specializes in political, investigative and environmental reporting and was both a Knight Journalism Fellow and a Western Enterprise Reporting Fellow at Stanford University. He was also a fellow during the […]

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Erik Ortiz on getting down the basics of covering business
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Erik Ortiz on getting down the basics of covering business

Erik Ortiz has covered business for the Press of Atlantic City in New Jersey for about three years. It’s a beat that has him diving into stories about the state’s economy, labor, tourism and the gaming industry. Ortiz was also a fellow during our “Covering the Green Economy” seminar. He chatted with us about his […]

Asher Price shares the inside scoop on the environmental beat
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Asher Price shares the inside scoop on the environmental beat

Asher Price covers the environmental beat for the Austin American-Statesman. He talked to us about the challenges and rewards of reporting on one of the hottest topics around. How did you get your start on the environmental beat? “I had been a general assignment reporter at the Austin American-Statesman for a couple of years. It was […]

Patrick O'Grady chats about covering the business of the environment
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Patrick O’Grady chats about covering the business of the environment

Patrick O’Grady has been a reporter in Arizona for nearly 15 years and currently works for the Phoenix Business Journal covering technology, sustainability and manufacturing.  He has recently won awards for his coverage of the solar industry in Arizona. We spoke with him about his reporting on the green economy and asked his advice for […]

Andrew Leckey Angel Gonzalez
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Covering the Green Economy: Self-guided training

“Covering the Green Economy” seminar on June 28-30, 2010. This three-day specialized workshop was made possible by a grant from the McCormick Foundation. The program was designed to help journalists spot greenwashing, understand how to track stimulus money earmarked for “green” initiatives and get up to speed on eco-trends in a variety of industries. The […]

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Covering the Green Economy: Photos

Using laptops to be truly green
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Blue jeans, brown roofs and other emerging trends in green buildings

Story ideas were running wild in the session presented by Bryn Nelson, a freelance writer and editor, and former award-winning reporter for Newsday. Nelson’s presentation was wonderfully put together and his knowledge of the topic was obvious.  It was broken down in to four different sections, each with plenty of opportunities and ideas to bring […]

Jeff Goodell
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Green Economy keynote: Live streaming Jeff Goodell on covering coal

Join us at 10:30 a.m. PDT on Tuesday for the LIVE stream video of Jeff Goodell’s keynote talk on Covering the coal story: From Appalachia to geo-engineering. VIDEO: LIVE streaming: Jeff Goodell at 10:30 a.m. PDT, Tuesday, June 29, 2010. (This link will go live 15 minutes before the session.) TECH TALK: To view the […]

Steve Short, CEO Atlasta
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Eating your greens: Serving up sustainability

Lunch was delicious, a buffet style table full of chicken pesto sandwiches, sliced beef tenderloin sandwiches, fresh greens with caesar or raspberry vinaigrette dressing, different types of breads and cheeses, and pasta and potato salad.  However, the best part about it may have been the two speakers.  (Not to take anything away from the food of course) Steve […]