LA Times environmental reporter Tony Barboza was just named one of five Ted Scripps fellows at the University of Colorado’s Center for Environmental Journalism. The nine-month academic program aims to provide journalists with the research tools to “deepen their understanding of environmental issues.” The fellowship comes with a $50,000 stipend and tuition to UC-Boulder.
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This week, Metro launched an important initiative: the reoccupation of Orange County.
Los Angeles Times reporter Tony Barboza wrote about bubble craftsman Fan Yang’s planned attempt to place an elephant inside a soap bubble the Discovery Science Center.
Animal rights activists, including Bob Barker sent angry e-mails of protest, putting an end to the planned stunt.
One small score for journalism, one giant leap for elephant dignity.