“Sea Change, the Pacific’s Perilous Turn,” the Seattle Times’ 2013 series on ocean acidification and its dramatic effects on everything from remote islands to the local fish market, has won the 2013-2014 Society of Environmental Journalists’ Kevin Carmody Award for Outstanding In-depth Reporting, Large Market. The series was the work of Times reporter Craig…More
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Seattle Times staffers won four first-place awards, including three for the newspaper’s “Sea Change” series on the dangers of ocean acidification, in “Best of the West” journalism awards announced today. The “Sea Change” package took first place for project reporting –- by reporter Craig Welch and photographer Steve Ringman –- as well as top honors…More
Sea Change: The ocean is growing more acidic, changing the behavior of fish and dissolving creatures on the bottom of the food chain. Read more about ocean acidification. See photos from the Times’ coverage of the issue from Papua New Guinea and the Bering Sea. Watch the documentary videos on how ocean acidification…More