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Drake, Jeanette L.

New Trends in Earth-Science Outreach and Engagement

Drake, Jeanette L. - New Trends in Earth-Science Outreach and Engagement, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Framing Climate Change

1. Assessing Corporate Influence on Climate Change Dialogue
Gretchen Goldman, Francesca Grifo, Paul Rogerson, Benjamin L. Gutman

2. Reaching Out Beyond the Usual Suspects and Traditional Media: Re-branding Climate Change as a Problem with a Feasible Solution
Geoffrey Haines-Stiles, Richard B. Alley, Erna Akuginow

3. Investigating Connections Between Industry Affiliation and Climate Change Attitudes
Sue Schrader, Chris Danielson, Scyller J. Borglum

Part II. The Role of Science in the Conversation

4. Science Advocacy and the Legal System: Is Life Cycle Assessment Unconstitutional?
Danny Cullenward, David Weiskopf

5. Reduction of Conflicts in Mining Development Using “Good Neighbor Agreements”
Alexandra Masaitis, Glenn C. Miller

6. Science Communication and the Tension Between Evidence-Based and Inclusive Features of Policy Making
Sarah Michaels, John Holmes, Louise Shaxson

7. Science Communication and the Role of Scientists in the Policy Discussion
Kristan Uhlenbrock, Elizabeth Landau, Erik Hankin

Part III. Friending Earth via Social Media

8. Transmedia Storytelling in Science Communication: One Subject, Multiple Media, Unlimited Stories
Kevin Moloney, Marijke Unger

9. Experience Our Planet—Interpreting Earth Sciences in a Museum Environment
Simon Schneider, Gilla Simon

10. Impacts of Geospatial Information for Decision Making
Francoise Pearlman, Richard Bernknopf, Mary Ann Stewart, Jay S. Pearlman

Part IV. STEMming the Tide of Science Illiteracy

11. Infusing Climate and Energy Literacy Throughout the Curriculum
Minda Berbeco, Mark McCaffrey

12. Enticing Students to Pursue STEM-Related Careers Through Cyber-Driven Learning
Gwynne S. Rife, Julie McIntosh

13. Using Video Projects in the Science Classroom
Philip D. Wade, Arlene R. Courtney

Part V. Organization for Resources and Resiliency

14. Stakeholder-Driven Research for Climate Adaptation in New York City
Nir Y. Krakauer

15. Funding of Geosciences: Coordinating National and International Resources
Bente Lilja Bye, Kathleen S. Fontaine

16. Big Benefit from Big Data: A Real-Time Data Product Creation and Distribution System
Michael D. Haderman, Adam N. Pasch, Timothy S. Dye, Alan C. Chan, Dianne S. Miller, John E. White, Philip G. Dickerson

17. Trusted Sources: The Role Scientific Societies Can Play in Informing Public Opinion on Climate Change
Christine W. McEntee

Keywords: Earth Sciences, Natural Hazards, Communication Studies, Public Relations, Environment, general, Geography (general), Earth System Sciences

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
2014
Series
Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research
Page amount
28 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319018218

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