Azeiteiro, Ulisses M.

Handbook of Climate Change Communication: Vol. 1

Azeiteiro, Ulisses M. - Handbook of Climate Change Communication: Vol. 1, ebook


Ebook, PDF with Adobe DRM
ISBN: 9783319698380
DRM Restrictions

PrintingNot allowed
Copy to clipboardNot allowed

Table of contents

1. Africa’s Dilemmas in Climate Change Communication: Universalistic Science Versus Indigenous Technical Knowledge
Innocent Chirisa, Abraham Matamanda, John Mutambwa

2. The Impact of Climate Change on Biodiversity: The Ecological Consequences of Invasive Species in Greece
Konstantinos Demertzis, Lazaros Iliadis

3. Evaluating the Suitability of Community-Based Adaptation: A Case Study of Bangladesh
Ranjan Roy

4. Getting Buy-In for Climate Change Adaptation Through Urban Planning: Climate Change Communication as a Multi-way Process
Leslie Mabon, Wan-Yu Shih

5. How Aesthetic Style Can Influence Reception of Visual Communications of Climate Change
Rebecca Green

6. Montreal and Kyoto: Needs in Inter-protocol Communications
Aliaksandr Krasouski, Siarhei Zenchanka

7. Communicating Climate Change: Theories and Perspectives
Henri-Count Evans, Lauren Dyll, Ruth Teer-Tomaselli

8. Reconsidering Fictional Films for Communicating Climate Change Issues: An Analysis of the Filmmaking Strategies Behind Sustainable Energy Narratives
Michela Cortese

9. Role of Emotions in Climate Change Communication
Sefat Salama, Khalil Aboukoura

10. Climate Change Communication in Australia: The Politics, Mainstream Media and Fossil Fuel Industry Nexus
David Holmes, Cassandra Star

11. Inclusion of Gender in Africa’s Climate Change Policies and Strategies
Mary Nyasimi, Ayansina Ayanlade, Catherine Mungai, Mercy Derkyi, Margaret O. Jegede

12. Balancing Paradigms in Climate Change Communication Research to Support Climate Services
Inez Ponce de Leon, Charlotte Kendra Gotangco

13. Communicating Climate Change Through Narratives: A Cross Pollination of Science and Theology
Anna Huxley

14. Framing Climate Change: A Multi-level Model
Renée Moernaut, Jelle Mast, Luc Pauwels

15. Mass Media and Climate Change Induced Disaster Risk Reduction and Mitigation in Coastal Area of Bangladesh: A Sociological Study
Joydeb Garai

16. Engaging People with Carbon and Climate Change Using Landscape Scale Conservation and Biodiversity Monitoring
Adam Moolna, Cheryl Knott, Daveen Wallis, David Crawshaw, Joanne Brierley-Moore, Julia Simons, Anne Selby

17. Knowledge Management as an Enabler of the Paris Agreement Implementation in Africa
Charles Muraya

18. Formulation of an Ethics of Response to Climate Change: The Need for Effective Communication in Higher Education
P. Castro, A. M. Azul, W. Leal Filho, U. M. Azeiteiro

19. Climate Change: Doing Little Can Change a Lot! Children’s Knowledge-Action About Cimate Principles and Effects
Anabela Marisa Azul, Catarina Schreck Reis

20. Feeling the Heat: The Challenge of Communicating ‘High-End’ Climate Change
Tim Rayner

21. Values as a Route to Widening Public Concern About Climate Change
Tom Crompton, Shanna Lennon

Keywords: Environment, Climate Change, Climate Change Management and Policy, Communication Studies, Environmental Economics

Publication year
Climate Change Management
Page amount
6 pages
Natural Sciences
Printed ISBN

Similar titles