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Awards

Recent Awards

Society of Environmental Journalists
The 2009 Second Place Award for Outstanding Beat/In-Depth Radio Reporting for "Lead and Violent Crime" by Ashley Ahearn.

Society of Environmental Journalists
The 2006 First Place Award for Reporting on the Environment for "Borderlands" by Molly Peterson in recognition for outstanding coverage, radio reporting: large market.

American Association for the Advancement of Science: Science Journalism Award
The 2005 Science Journalism Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science for "The Promise of Hydrogen," produced by Cynthia Graber and Chris Ballman. February 2005.

National Women’s Political Caucus
Living on Earth wins a 2004 Exceptional Merit Media Award from the National Women’s Political Caucus for "Shoshone Sisters Fight for Land" by Clay Scott.

Radio and Television News Directors Association: Edward R. Murrow Award
Living on Earth wins a 2003 Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio and Television News Directors Association for "New Mexico Sound Art," produced by Paul Ingles.

Society of Environmental Journalists
The 2002 First Place Award for Reporting on the Environment for Guy Hand and Chris Ballman in recognition for outstanding coverage, broadcast feature reporting.

The Gracie
The 2002 Gracie Allen Award from the Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television for Barbara Ferry’s documentary, "Mexico’s Eco-Pilot."

Gold Cindy Award
Gold Cindy award for documentary, domestic national broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "Occidental in South America" by Ingrid Lobet. Spring, 2001.

Silver Cindy Award
Silver Cindy award for documentary, domestic national broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "Maine North Woods" by producer Anna Solomon-Greenbaum. Spring, 2001.

Silver Cindy Award
Silver Cindy award for documentary, domestic national broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "Georgia Lost and Found" by Jesse Wegman. Spring, 2001.

Investigative Reporters and Editors
Ingrid Lobet’s "Beneath Native Land" wins Investigative Reporters and Editors award for outstanding reporting in radio, 2000.

Scripps Howard Foundation National Journalism Award
Living on Earth is a 2000 finalist for the Scripps Howard National Journalism Award for Large Market Radio.

National Women’s Political Caucus
Living on Earth wins a 2000 Exceptional Merit Media Award from the National Women’s Political Caucus for "Judi Bari Remembered" by Peter Thompson and Jennifer Schmidt.

The Gracie
The 2000 Gracie Allen Award from the Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television for documentary, 30 minutes or less.

Gold Cindy Award
Gold Cindy award for documentary, domestic national broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "A Civil Action: Woburn Revisited" by Christopher Ballman. Spring, 2000.

Silver Cindy Award
Silver Cindy award for documentary, international broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "Alaska Oil Odyssey." Spring, 2000.

Silver Cindy Award
Silver Cindy award for documentary, international broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "California’s Goldrush Legacy" by Cheryl Colopy. Spring, 2000.

New York Festivals: Finalist Award
Living on Earth is honored by the New York Festivals for "An Afternoon with Pete Seeger," 1999, produced by Eileen Bolinsky and Jesse Wegman.

Gold Cindy Award
Living on Earth wins a Gold Cindy Award for documentary, international broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "The Thirst for Safe Water: A Five-Part Series." Spring, 1999.

The Gracie
The 1999 Gracie Allen Award, from the Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television, for "The Ice Lady Cometh" by Bob Carty.

Silver Cindy
Living on Earth wins a Silver Cindy Award for documentary, international broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "Middle East Troubled Waters: A Five-Part Series." Spring, 1999.

Society of Professional Journalists: Sigma Delta Chi Award and Bronze Medallion
Living on Earth receives the Sigma Delta Chi Award and Bronze Medallion, from the Society of Professional Journalists, for "Germ Killing Toys" by Bruce Gellerman. 1998.

Gold Cindy Award
Gold Cindy Award for documentary, international broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "Voices in the Wilderness" by Kim Motylewski. Spring, 1998.

Gold Cindy Award
Gold Cindy Award for documentary, international broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "Big Thirst in West Texas, Parts I and II" by Sandy Tolan. Spring, 1998.

Silver Cindy
Silver Cindy Award for documentary, international broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "Mexican Whales" by Jana Schroeder. Spring, 1998.

Gold Cindy Award
Gold Cindy Award for documentary, domestic national broadcast, from the International Association of Audio Visual Communicators, for "The Wolf and the Soul of the West" by producer Sandy Tolan. Spring, 1997.

American Association for the Advancement of Science: Science Journalism Award
The 1996 Science Journalism Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science for "How Safe Is Mother's Milk?" produced by Andrea deLeon.

New York Festivals: Outstanding Environmental Series
Living on Earth is again honored by the New York Festivals as an outstanding environmental series, June 1996.

Bronze Cindy Award
Living on Earth wins a bronze Cindy Award for Bob Carty's report, "Who Owns Life? Patenting Human Genes," March 1996.

National Federation of Community Broadcasters: Silver Reel Award
Living on Earth receives two Silver Reel Awards from the National Federation of Community Broadcasters. "The Wolf and the Soul of the West" by reporter Sandy Tolan is honored with the silver in the national documentary category.
A report by Joe Richman, "Paper Chase: The Black Market in Newsprint," receives the silver award in the national news and public affairs category. February, 1996.

University of Illinois: Oscar in Agriculture
Living on Earth is the 1996 radio winner for the Oscar in Agriculture from the University of Illinois.

Radio and Television News Directors Association: Edward R. Murrow Award
Living on Earth wins a 1995 Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio and Television News Directors Association for "Who Owns Life? Patenting Human Genes", a report by Bob Carty on genetic piracy. July 1995.

New York Festivals: Outstanding Environmental Series
Living on Earth is honored by the New York Festivals as an outstanding environmental series. June 1995.

 

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