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Environmental Reporting Guides

These excellent guides to environmental reporting all are available in the Loyola University Center for Environmental Communication office.

  • The Reporter's Hazardous Assigment Handbook: Wildfires. Hazardous Media, 2003. 0-9741266-0-8
  • Reporting on Climate Change: Understanding the Science. Environmental Law Institute, 2003. 1-58576-064-1
  • Cohn, Victor. 1990. Reporting on Risk, Getting it Right in an Age of Risk. The Media Institute, Washington D.C.. 0-937790-42-7
  • Environmental Journalism Center. 1999. Covering Key Environmental Issues. Enviro. Journ. Ctr., Radio and Telev. News Directors Found. Washington, DC.
  • Environmental Media Services. 2000. Reporters’Guide: Genetic Engineering in Agriculture.
  • Environmental Health Center. 1997. A Reporter’s Guide to the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. Washington D.C.
  • 1996. Reporting on Tourism and Environment: A Backgrounder. Asia-Pacific Forum of Environ. Journ. and United Nations Environment Programme. Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 1988. Reporting on the Environment: a Handbook for Journalists. The Asia-Pacific Forum of Environ. Journ. and United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 1995. Reporting on the Environment: a Handbook for Journalists. The Asia-Pacific Forum of Environ. Journ. and Dona Anunciacion Barcenilla Anzar Foundation, Inc. and United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Environmental Journalism Center. 1994. World Population and the Environment. Enviro. Journ. Ctr., Radio and Telev. News Directors Found. Washington, DC.
  • Environmental Health Center. A Reporter's Guide to Yucca Mountain.
  • Environmental Health Center. A Resource Guide for Journalists on Children’s Environmental Health and Air Quality. Environmental Journalism Center. RTNDF
  • Environmental Health Center. 2000. Chemicals, the Press, and the Public. National Safety Council. Washington D.C.
  • Environmental Health Center. Childhood Lead Poisoning: Good News, Bad News. Environmental Journalism Center. RTNDF
  • Environmental Health Center. Climate and Weather Backgrounder Series. National Safety Council. Washington D.C.
  • Environmental Health Center. 1998. Coastal Challenges: a Guide to Coastal and Marine Issues. National Safety Council. Washington D.C.
  • Environmental Health Center. Natural Disaster…Backgrounders. National Safety Council. Washington D.C.
  • Environmental Health Center. 1994. Reporting on Climate Change: Understanding the Science. National Safety Council. Washington D.C. 0-87912-177-7
  • Environmental Health Center. Understanding Radiation: A Resource Kit.
  • Goldberg, David. 1999. Covering Urban Sprawl: Rethinking the American Dream. Environmental Journalism Center. RTNDF
  • Haupt, Arthur and Kane, Thomas T. 1997. A Population Reference Bureau’s Population Handbook, Fourth Edition. Population Reference Bureau, Inc. Washington D.C. 0-917136-09-8
  • Kamrin, Michael A. et al. 1995. Reporting on Risk: a Journalist’s Handbook on Environmental Risk Assessment. Foundation for American Communications and National Sea Grant College Program. Michigan. 1-885756-08-9
  • Moore, Curtis A. Beyond the Spotted Owl: Covering the Economy and the Environment in the ‘90s. A Reporter’s Guide to Business Competitiveness, Jobs and Environmental Protection. Environmental Journalism Center. RTNDF
  • National Safety Council's Environmental Health Center. Understanding Radiation in our World.
  • O’Donnell, Frank. 1994. Autos in America: Moving Toward Zero Emissions. Environmental Journalism Center. RTNDF
  • Raloff, Janet. 1996. Environmental Hormones: Chemical Threats to Reproductive Health. Environmental Journalism Center. RTNDF
  • Raloff, Janet. 1999. Environmental Hormones: Threats to Health and Reproduction?. Environmental Journalism Center. RTNDF
  • Rebillot, Kris. A Resource Guide for Journalists on Childhood Cancer. Environmental Journalism Center. RTNDF
  • Wartenberg, Dr. Daniel. 1994. Epidemiology for Journalists. Foundation for American Communications. Los Angeles. 0-910755-01-9.
  • West, Bernadette et al. 1994. The Reporter’s Environmental Handbook. Rutgers University Press. New Jersey. 0-8135-2149-1
  • West, Bernadette et al. 2003. The Reporter's Environmental Handbook. Rutgers University Press. New Jersey. 0-8135-3587-6
  • Raloff, Janet. 1995. Environmental Hormones: Chemical Threats To Reproductive Health. Environmental Journalism Center, RTNDF
  • Environmental Health Center.Covering The Coasts: A Reporter's Guide to Coastal and Marine Resources. National Safety Council. Washington, DC
  • Environmental Health Center. 1993. Reporting on Municipal Solid Waste: A Local Issue. A Journalist's Guide. National Safety Council. Washington, DC
  • Environmental Health Center. 1989. Chemicals, The Press and The Public. A Journalist's Guide to Reporting on Chemicals in the Community. National Safety Council. Washington, DC
  • Environmental Health Center. 2002. Low Level Radioactive Waste. National Safety Council. Washington, DC