Social media–or what I like to call a journalist’s savior. When I decided junior year of high school to become an environmental journalist, I assumed I’d just be writing stories for tree huggers; I never thought one day I would need to be marketing myself on the Internet, too, in order to survive this job.Continue reading “Society of Professional Journalists Net Worked Blog: Embrace the Age of Social Media”
“Fish are friends, not food.” This famous line from beloved children’s movie Finding Nemo is, to some extent, the entire ocean’s resounding anthem — a message to all of us land-denizens that we must respect the seas and the countless creatures that live beneath its waves.
Keystone XL: the infamous pipeline which will divide — and has already divided — the nation. Seriously, it’s running straight through the Midwest, from Hardisty, Alberta all the way to refineries along the Gulf Coast. Now that the Nebraska Supreme Court has approved construction of the pipeline, with the House of Representatives recently passing aContinue reading “Green Scene: Keystone XL pipeline dividing the nation”