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Nat Geo reporters win 2017 Society of Environmental Journalists Awards for beat reporting on effects of climate change and illegal wildlife trading
Date Posted: August 29, 2017
Author: Fox Careers

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From a pool of nearly 400 submissions, the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) recently announced the winners of the 2016-17 Awards for Reporting on the Environment, and two awards went to 21st Century Fox’s National Geographic reporters, Craig Welch and Rachel Nuwer, for their important work in illuminating pressing issues of climate change and the human impact of wild animal welfare around the world.

Welch, a Seattle-based reporter, won first place in “Outstanding Beat Reporting—Large Market” for a package of five stories across Nat Geo platforms, edited by Rob Kunzig and Brian Howard, that centered around the effects of climate change on ocean-life:

The Blob That Cooked the Pacific

Ocean Slime Spreading Quickly Across the Earth

Mysterious New Whale Species Discovered in Alaska

Huge Puffin Die-Off May Be Linked to Hotter Seas

Orca Killed by Satellite Tag Leads to Criticism of Science Practices

Read more on the 21CF Blog.

 

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