Journalists who have completed environmental reporting can submit their work.
The Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) is accepting submissions for its annual recognition of excellence in environmental reporting. The awards honor journalists in seven different categories, including feature story, investigative reporting, photography and environmental book.
Journalists need not be environmental specialists to enter; reporters who cover other beats are welcome to submit their work on environmental topics. International journalists are also encouraged to enter, but if their work is written in a language other than English, they must include an English translation with their entry.
The fee for each submission ranges from US$45 for SEJ members to US$110 for non-members.
The winner of the Nina Mason Pulliam Award for the "best of the best" environmental reporting will receive US$10,000.The first place and second place winners in each category will receive US$500 and US$250, respectively.
The deadline for submissions is April 2.
For more information on how to enter, click here.