DeSmogBlog at the SEJ Conference

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The DeSmogBlog team are in Burlington, Vermont this weekend, for the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) Annual Conference.

Vermont is cold and the famous foliage is fading, but we’re excited about this weekend. There are some great sessions lined up, and lots of interesting journalists to meet. Plus, some of our best friends also have booths here – the CEI and the Heartland Institute, for instance.

Keep an eye on the site for the next three days, as Richard, Kevin and I will all be blogging live from sessions, and recording audio interviews with speakers and attendees. If you aren’t already subscribed, you can sign up in the sidebar to receive a digest version of all our posts each day, or grab our RSS feed. Stay tuned!

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