E–The Environmental Magazine

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E–The Environmental Magazine
Front cover artwork for an issue of E–The Environmental Magazine
January–February 2012 front cover of E–The Environmental Magazine
Executive Editor Doug Moss
Former editors Brita Belli, Jim Motavalli, Elissa Wolfson
Categories Environment, nature, conservation
Frequency Bimonthly
Circulation 70,000[1]
Publisher Doug Moss
Founder Doug Moss
Year founded 1988
First issue January 1990 (1990-January)
Company Earth Action Network, Inc.
Country United States
Based in Norwalk, Connecticut
Language English
Website www.emagazine.com
ISSN 1046-8021
OCLC number 476211858

E–The Environmental Magazine, or simply E, was a bimonthly magazine aimed at a readership concerned about the environment, and those who want to know what they can do to make a difference. It claims to have won and been nominated for 13 Independent Press Awards.[2]

The magazine was first published in 1990 and was produced bimonthly currently by a staff of six full-time and two part-time employees as well as college interns. It was a full-color publication printed on recycled paper, with a website (www.emagazine.com). It was published by the nonprofit (501-c-3) organisation Earth Action Network, Inc.[2] until it ceased print publication in 2013.[3]

The magazine also produced a nationally syndicated weekly column called EarthTalk. Created by publisher Doug Moss in 2003, the column covers much the same issues and topics as E Magazine but in a question-and-answer format. EarthTalk is distributed free -- by request only -- to 1,800 newspapers, magazines, websites and blogs throughout the U.S. and Canada, and is also available online.[4]

The magazine's website (www.emagazine.com) lists the following areas of interest:[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "E - The Environmental Magazine circulation". Wolfram Alpha LLC—A Wolfram Research Company. Retrieved 3 March 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c "About us". The Online Home of E–The Environmental Magazine. Retrieved 3 March 2012. 
  3. ^ "The Environmental Magazine aims for digital return". The New York Post. Retrieved 21 May 2014. 
  4. ^ "EarthTalk". Retrieved 21 May 2014.