Congratulations to the winners of the Society of Environmental Journalists' 12th annual awards for reporting on the environment. Here is the list, with links to more information on the winners:
Kevin Carmody Award for Outstanding In-depth Reporting, Large Market
1st Place: "Playing With Fire" by Michael Hawthorne, Environment Reporter, Chicago Tribune.
Honorable Mention: "Ghost Factories" by Alison Young and Peter Eisler, Reporters, USA Today.
Honorable Mention: "Water Grabbers: A Global Rush on Freshwater" by Brian Clark Howard, Editor and Producer, National Geographic.
Kevin Carmody Award for Outstanding In-depth Reporting, Small Market
1st Place: "Buried Treasure" by George Black, Executive Editor, OnEarth Magazine.
2nd Place: "Mystery in the Fields" by Ronnie Greene, Senior Reporter, The Center for Public Integrity; Sasha Chavkin, Freelance Investigative Reporter; Anna Barry-Jester, Freelance Multimedia Journalist.
3rd Place: "Tiny Predators: Facing Cape Cod's Tick Problem" by Sean Corcoran, Senior Reporter/Editor, WCAI Cape and Islands.
Outstanding Beat Reporting, Large Market
1st Place: "Environmental Best Reporting" by Sam Eaton, Freelance Journalist, for PRI's The World
Honorable Mention: "Environmental Coverage in Louisville" by James Bruggers, Environment Reporter, Louisville Courier-Journal.
Honorable Mention: "BBC News – Environment 2012" by Matt McGrath, Science and Environment Reporter, BBC.
Outstanding Beat Reporting, Small Market
1st Place: "Shoreline Vulnerability in Fairfield County" by Neena Satija, Reporter, The Connecticut Mirror.
2nd Place: "Environmental Health in the Great Lakes Region" by Brian Thomas Bienkowski, Staff Writer, Environmental Health News.
3rd Place: "Beat Reporting in Texas" by Mose Buchele, Reporter, KUT 90.5 FM.
Outstanding Feature Story
1st Place: "Attack of the Mutant Pupfish" by Hillary M. Rosner for Wired.
2nd Place: "Rhino Wars" by Peter Gwin, for National Geographic.
3rd Place: "Toxic Tribulations" by Tiffany Kary for Bloomberg Markets.
Rachel Carson Environment Book Award
1st Place: "The Dilbit Disaster" by Lisa Song and Elizabeth McGowan.
Honorable Mention: "2052: A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years" by Jorgen Randers.
Honorable Mention: "On a Farther Shore: The Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson" by William Souder.
Outstanding Environmental Photojournalism
1st Place: "Ivory Worship" by Brent Stirton for National Geographic
2nd Place: "In Nigerian Gold Rush, Lead Poisons Thousands of Children" by David Gilkey for NPR.org
3rd Place: "Mongolia Booms" by John W. Poole for NPR's Morning Edition
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