By: E&P Staff
The Society of Environmental Journalists announced its winners of the best environmental journalism of 2006-2007. Winning topics included the pollution of lakes, streams and oceans, the long-lasting effects of mining and mineral processing and attempts to turn laws protecting fragile habitats on their heads.
Twenty-seven entries in 10 categories were designated as finalists in the SEJ Awards for Reporting on the Environment, the world’s largest and most comprehensive awards for journalism on environmental topics.
The full list of winners can be found here.