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Climate Change Communication in Spain  

María Carmen Erviti and Bienvenido León

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Apr 2017
It is not easy to determine the precise moment when climate change became a public communication issue in Spain. Among early references, the national newspaper El País published a story ... More

Climate Change Communication in Switzerland  

Heinz Bonfadelli

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Aug 2016
The contribution summarizes the topic of climate change communication in Switzerland. The development of the topic of “climate change” is described and located within the general area of ... More

Climate Change Communication in the Netherlands  

Art Dewulf, Daan Boezeman, and Martinus Vink

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Jun 2017
Climate change communication in the Netherlands started in the 1950s, but it was not until the late 1970s that the issue earned a place on the public agenda, as an aspect of the energy ... More

Climate Change Communication in Turkey  

Mehmet Ali Uzelgun and Ümit Şahin

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Dec 2016
The case of Turkey provides some insight into the socio-political and communicative processes taking place at the periphery of global climate governance efforts. Turkey’s 12-year delayed ... More

Climate Change Communication on Facebook, Twitter, Sina Weibo, and Other Social Media Platforms  

Edson C. Tandoc Jr. and Nicholas Eng

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Apr 2017
While initial research on climate change communication focused on traditional media, such as news coverage of climate change and pro-environmental campaigns, scholars are increasingly ... More

Climate Change Conspiracy Theories  

Joseph E. Uscinski, Karen Douglas, and Stephan Lewandowsky

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Sep 2017
An overwhelming percentage of climate scientists agree that human activity is causing the global climate to change in ways that will have deleterious consequences both for the environment ... More

Cognitive Biases, Non-Rational Judgments, and Public Perceptions of Climate Change  

Lisa Zaval and James F. M. Cornwell

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Nov 2016
In recent years, scientists have identified cognitive processes that short-circuit our deliberative faculties. In the domain of climate change in particular, a number of psychological ... More

Communicating about Biodiversity, Public Engagement, and Climate Change  

Mikko Rask and Richard Worthington

The term public engagement (PE) refers to processes that provide a distinct role for citizens or stakeholder groups in policymaking. Such engagement is distinctive because it aims to ... More

Communicating about Biofuels and Climate Change  

Michael A. Cacciatore

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Mar 2017
Biofuels are produced from biomass, which is any organic matter that can be burned or otherwise used to produce heat or energy. While not a new technology—biofuels have been around for ... More

Communicating about Carbon Capture and Storage  

Amanda Boyd

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has emerged as a potential strategy for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It involves the capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from large point ... More