BURN an energy journal logo 164BURN: An Energy Journal won the 2012 American Association for Advancement of Science: Kavli Science Journalism Award.

Our stories air on Marketplace Radio. Our one-hour specials air on public radio stations across the country.

Press Releases

Media Coverage

Boing Boing: “Must-listen radio: ‘Nuclear Power After Fukushima,’ documentary from BURN: An Energy Journal”

PBS NewsHour: “Fukushima Survivor: I Want ‘To Breathe Freely Again’”

Salon: “None of you are getting out of here”

Current : “Alex Chadwick: Recharged to cover an energetic beat”

Yahoo! Finance: “BURN: An Energy Journal’s Election Special Offers Far-Ranging Exploration of America’s Most-Debated Energy Issues and Policies”

Resources for North Carolina Teachers: “General» Energy”

The Business Journals: “BURN: An Energy Journal’s Election Special Offers Far-Ranging Exploration of America’s Most-Debated Energy Issues and Policies”

The Kavli Foundation : “AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards”

The Big Picture: “Fukushima Witness on Burn: An Energy Journal”

World-Wire: “BURN: An Energy Journal’s Election Special Offers Far-Ranging Exploration of America’s Most-Debated Energy Issues and Policies”

PR Web: “First Hour of Public Radio’s BURN: An Energy Journal Airs Nationwide; Shows Explore Energy Issues Via ‘Human-Scale’ Stories”

PRNewswire : “Public Radio’s BURN: An Energy Journal Wins 2012 American Association for Advancement”

Drilling – Ohio: “Will natural gas boom change our energy future?”

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Our Resources page has graphics, photos, and audio in its Media Library section. BURN is a project of SoundVision Productions.

The series host is veteran reporter Alex Chadwick. We are especially grateful for our funding support from the National Science Foundation and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.