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Young People and Climate Change Communication  

Maria Ojala and Yuliya Lakew

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Apr 2017
One important group to include in efforts to combat climate change is young people. This group comprises the future leaders of society, besides being citizens of today, and they will be ... More

TV and Cable News Coverage of Climate Change  

Neil T. Gavin

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Apr 2017
Television and cable are two routes by which broadcasters reach the public. Citizens are known to rely on a variety of media sources; however, television is seen by people in a very wide ... More

Traditional and Shifting Roles of Science Journalists and Environmental Reporters Covering Climate Change  

Michael Brüggemann

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Apr 2017
Climate journalism is a moving target. Driven by its changing technological and economic contexts, challenged by the complex subject matter of climate change, and immersed in a polarized ... More

Strategies for Countering False Information and Beliefs about Climate Change  

R. Kelly Garrett

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Apr 2017
Misperceptions about climate change are widespread, and efforts to correct them must be grounded in an understanding of the factors, both individual and social, that contribute to them. ... More

Scientists’ Views about Public Engagement and Science Communication in the Context of Climate Change  

John Besley and Anthony Dudo

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Apr 2017
Scientists who study issues such as climate change are often called on by both their colleagues and broader society to share what they know and why it matters. Many are willing to do ... More

Research Methods for Assessing Journalistic Decisions, Advocacy Strategies, and Communication Practices Related to Climate Change  

Senja Post

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Apr 2017
Research in the field of journalistic decisions, advocacy strategies, and communication practices is very heterogeneous, comprising diverse groups of actors and research questions. Not ... More

Public Knowledge, Scientific Literacy, Numeracy, and Perceptions of Climate Change  

Jaime Gilden and Ellen Peters

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Apr 2017
It is a widely accepted scientific fact that our climate is changing and that this change is caused by human activity. Despite the scientific consensus, many individuals in the United ... More

Psychological, Social, and Cultural Barriers to Communicating about Climate Change  

Nathaniel Geiger, Brianna Middlewood, and Janet Swim

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Apr 2017
Given the severity of the threat posed by climate change, why is large-scale societal action to decarbonize our energy systems not more widespread? The present article examines four ... More

Likely Effects of Rapid Climate Change on Violence and Conflict  

Courtney Plante, Johnie J. Allen, and Craig A. Anderson

Given the dire nature of many researchers’ predictions about the effects of global climate change (e.g., rising sea levels, droughts, more extreme weather), it comes as little surprise ... More

The Impact of Journalistic Background, Professional Norms, and Culture on News Decisions Relative to Climate Change  

Sven Engesser

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Apr 2017
Among the factors that influence news decisions relative to climate change, journalistic background, professional norms, and culture are particularly important. There is empirical evidence ... More

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