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Wildfire Communication and Climate Risk Mitigation  

Robyn S. Wilson, Sarah M. McCaffrey, and Eric Toman

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Sep 2017
Throughout the late 19th century and most of the 20th century, risks associated with wildfire were addressed by suppressing fires as quickly as possible. However, by the 1960s, it became ... More

Methods for Assessing Visual Images and Depictions of Climate Change  

Anders Hansen

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Sep 2017
Visual representation has been important in communicating and constructing the environment as a focus for public and political concern since the rise of environmentalism in the 1960s. As ... More

Media Coverage on International Climate Summits and Negotiations  

Jens Wolling and Dorothee Arlt

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Sep 2017
The annual climate summits (Conferences of the Parties, or COPs) are major political events that receive considerable media attention. In this way, the topic of climate change returns ... More

Internet-Enabled Activism and Climate Change  

Luis E. Hestres and Jill E. Hopke

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Sep 2017
The past two decades have transformed how interest groups, social movement organizations, and individuals engage in collective action. Meanwhile, the climate change advocacy landscape, ... More

The Information Deficit Model and Climate Change Communication  

Brianne Suldovsky

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Sep 2017
Many publics remain divided about the existence and consequences of anthropogenic climate change despite scientific consensus. A popular approach to climate change communication, and ... More

Geographies of Climate Change Belief  

Debbie Hopkins and Ezra M. Markowitz

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Sep 2017
Despite scientific consensus on the anthropogenic causation of climate change, and ever-growing knowledge on the biophysical impacts of climate change, there is large variability in public ... More

Frame Analysis in Climate Change Communication  

Mike S. Schäfer and Saffron O'Neill

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Sep 2017
Framing—selecting certain aspects of a given issue and making them more salient in communication in order to “frame” the issue in a specific way—is a key concept in the study of ... More

Fear Appeals in Climate Change Communication  

Joseph P. Reser and Graham L. Bradley

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Sep 2017
There is a strong view among climate change researchers and communicators that the persuasive tactic of arousing fear in order to promote precautionary motivation and behavior is neither ... More

Ethics for Climate Change Communicators  

Michael Lamb

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Sep 2017
Over the last decade, scholars have devoted significant attention to making climate change communication more effective but less attention to ensuring that it is ethical. This neglect ... More

Entertainment Film and TV Portrayals of Climate Change and Their Societal Impacts  

Anthony Dudo, Jacob Copple, and Lucy Atkinson

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Sep 2017
Although there is an abundance of social scientific research focused on public opinion and climate change, there remains much to learn about how individuals come to understand, feel, and ... More

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