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Take a peek into issues shaping the environment & energy in 2018 - Today, 3p EST

Want a glimpse at what issues are on top environmental journalists minds as we head into 2018? The Society of Environmental Journalists convenes an annual roundtable discussing key events shaping the energy and environment beats. You don't want to miss it.

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