Entries for the Columbia Journalism School’s John B. Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism are due on Monday 22 April. The award, which was established in memory of the environmental journalism pioneer and writer for the New York Times, recognises “news reporting that makes an exceptional contribution to the public’s understanding of environmental issues”. It is open for any works of environmental journalism published in the United States in 2018. There’s an entry fee of US$50, and a cash prize of USS$5000. Details and entry are here.