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Affective Imagery, Risk Perceptions, and Climate Change Communication  

Anthony Leiserowitz and Nicholas Smith

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Sep 2017
Affective imagery, or connotative meanings, play an important role in shaping public risk perceptions, policy support, and broader responses to climate change. These simple “top-of-mind” ... More

Agenda Building, Narratives, and Attention Cycles in Climate Change News Coverage  

James Shanahan

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May 2017
Social scientists and media critics have often been befuddled about how and why news coverage of important issues takes the shapes that it does. While some issues seem to behave according ... More

Agricultural Extension and Climate Change Communication  

Linda S. Prokopy, Wendy-Lin Bartels, Gary Burniske, and Rebecca Power

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Oct 2017
Agricultural extension has evolved over the last 200 years from a system of top-down dissemination of information from experts to farmers to a more complex system, in which a diversity of ... More

The Arts and Humanities in Climate Change Engagement  

Julia B. Corbett and Brett Clark

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May 2017
The communication strategy of simply sharing more scientific information has not effectively engaged and connected people to climate change in ways that facilitate understanding and ... More

Audience Segmentation and Climate Change Communication  

Donald W. Hine, Wendy J. Phillips, Aaron B. Driver, and Mark Morrison

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Mar 2017
Scientists and policy makers face significant challenges when attempting to engage the public about climate change. An important first step is to understand the number and nature of the ... More

Celebrities and Climate Change  

Julie Doyle, Nathan Farrell, and Michael K. Goodman

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Sep 2017
Since the mid-2000s, entertainment celebrities have played increasingly prominent roles in the cultural politics of climate change, ranging from high-profile speeches at UN climate ... More

Climate Change Communication and Indigenous Publics  

Candis Callison

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Sep 2017
Indigenous experiences with climate change have become increasingly visible through media stories of rising sea levels, heavy storms, and coastal erosion due to climate change in places as ... More

Climate Change Communication in Argentina  

M. Teresa Mercado-Sáez and César Galarza

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Sep 2017
Climate change research in Argentina focuses on its physical aspects (natural sciences) and not so much on the social aspects, beyond the various surveys measuring perceptions and concerns ... More

Climate Change Communication in Austria  

Markus Rhomberg

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Dec 2016
Research on climate change communication is a neglected field in Austria. Only slowly, scientists as well as policy makers are entering the domain of communicating climate change, ... More

Climate Change Communication in Belgium  

Yves Pepermans and Pieter Maeseele

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Sep 2017
Climate change communication in Belgium takes place in a socio-economic context characterized by an economic surplus and an ecological deficit. This implies that in the short term the ... More

Climate Change Communication in Canada  

Candis Callison and D. B. Tindall

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Oct 2017
The immense geographical and cultural breadth of Canada includes a significant Arctic region and many distinct indigenous and rurally located peoples who are profoundly affected by climate ... More

Climate Change Communication in China  

Ji Li and Luo Dan

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Oct 2017
As one of the most serious challenges facing humankind during the 21st century, climate change not only relates to many fields such as science, culture, economics, and politics, but also ... More

Climate Change Communication in Colombia  

Luisa Fernanda Lema Vélez, Daniel Hermelin, María Margarita Fontecha, and Dunia H. Urrego

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May 2017
Colombia is in a privileged position to take advantage of international climate agreements to finance sustainable development initiatives. The country is a signatory of the United Nations ... More

Climate Change Communication in Denmark  

Mikkel Fugl Eskjær

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Apr 2017
Climate-change communication in Denmark was initially related to a broader environmental agenda and to discussions surrounding U.N. charters on sustainability, reflecting a traditional ... More

Climate Change Communication in Germany  

Mike S. Schäfer

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Jul 2016
Climate change communication has a long history in Germany, where the so-called “climate catastrophe” has received widespread public attention from the 1980s onwards. The article reviews ... More

Climate Change Communication in Hong Kong and Taiwan  

Tsung-Jen Shih

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Aug 2017
Taiwan and Hong Kong are similar in their determination to combat climate change. Not only have they set up objectives about carbon emission reduction, but they also have actively enacted ... More

Climate Change Communication in India  

Jagadish Thaker

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Oct 2017
Climate change communication is a relatively new area of research in India—a country that ranks high in vulnerability due to poverty, yet a major emitter of greenhouse gases (GHGs). This ... More

Climate Change Communication in Ireland  

Emmet Fox and Henrike Rau

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Oct 2016
Climate change communication research in Ireland has only recently emerged as a distinct field of inquiry. Research to date reveals the marginalization of climate change in the mainstream ... More

Climate Change Communication in Israel  

Hillel Nossek

This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science. Please check back later for the full article. ... More

Climate Change Communication in Italy  

Lorenzo Beltrame, Massimiano Bucchi, and Enzo Loner

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Apr 2017
Climate change communication in Italy is preeminently “commonsensical” and pragmatic. Italian mass media represent climate change as an undisputable fact scaled to the everyday domestic ... More

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