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These days not many other media outlets are running in-depth stories on environmental issues. Punditry and he-said-she-said reporting dominate the news. It's understandable-digging deeply enough to produce an effective investigative story takes a strong interest in a topic, plus lots of time, experience, and money. Most big media conglomerates, which increasingly see news as entertainment, just aren't interested. Sierra magazine, on the other hand, sees environmental news as essential to a well-functioning civil society. The Sierra Investigative Journalism Project is dedicated to producing magazine articles of the highest quality that have the power to reach millions and effect real environmental change.

To find out how you can support the Sierra Investigative Journalism Project, contact Marilyn Berlin Snell at Marilyn.Snell@sierraclub.org.


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