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Research Handbook on Communicating Climate Change

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Research Handbook on Communicating Climate Change. Edited by David C. Holmes and Lucy M. Richardson. Elgar Handbooks in Energy, the Environment and Climate Change. Collection: Social and Political Science. December 2020. DOI:https://doi.org/10.4337/9781789900408
 

Drawing together key frameworks and disciplines that illuminate the importance of communication around climate change, this Research Handbook offers a vital knowledge base to address the urgency of conveying climate issues to a variety of audiences.

Contents:

  • 1. Introduction to the Research Handbook on Communicating Climate Change | David C Holmes

THEME I - COMMUNICATING CLIMATE SCIENCE

  • 2. Introduction to communicating climate science | Simon Torok and Ailie JE Gallant
  • 3. Confidence and certainty in climate science | Ailie JE Gallant and Sophie C Lewis
  • 4. Communicating climate change science with different audiences | Simon Torok, Karen Pearce and Susan Joy Hassol

THEME II - CLIMATE SCIENCE DENIAL

  • 5. Introduction to climate science denial | John Cook
  • 6. Sources and amplifiers of climate change denial | Riley E Dunlap and Robert J Brulle
  • 7. Deconstructing climate science denial | John Cook
  • 8. Responding to climate science denial | Emily Vraga and Sander van der Linden

THEME III - THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE COMMUNICATION

  • 9. Introduction to the psychology of climate change communication | Kelly S Fielding
  • 10. The role of psychological variables in developing effective climate change message frames | Anna Klas and Edward JR Clarke
  • 11. The role of social norms in communicating about climate change | Kelly S Fielding and Winnifred R Louis
  • 12. Communication to change climate-related behaviour | Christian A Klöckner

THEME IV - VISUALIZING CLIMATE CHANGE

  • 13. Introduction to visualizing climate change | Mike S Schäfer
  • 14. Stakeholders’ visual representations of climate change | Antal Wozniak
  • 15. News media images of climate change: reviewing the research | Mike S Schäfer
  • 16. Climate change visuals: a review of their effects on cognition, emotion and behaviour | Julia Metag

THEME V - CLIMATE CHANGE REPORTING

  • 17. Introduction to climate reporting | Elisabeth Eide and Risto Kunelius
  • 18. Climate reporting: challenges and opportunities | Elisabeth Eide and Risto Kunelius
  • 19. Reporting extreme weather events | James Painter and Susan Joy Hassol
  • 20. Reporting from vulnerable countries in the Global South | Goretti L Nassanga and Mofizur Rhaman

THEME VI - CLIMATE CHANGE COMMUNICATION CAMPAIGNS

  • 21. Introduction to climate change communication campaigns | Lucy M Richardson
  • 22. Climate change audience segmentation: an international review | Benjamin H Detenber and Sonny Rosenthal
  • 23. Designing theory-based interventions to change behaviour effectively | Sebastian Bamberg and Maxie Schulte
  • 24. Practitioner engagement with communication and behavioural science research | Lucy M Richardson

THEME VII - HEALTH COMMUNICATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE

  • 25. Introduction to health communication of climate change | Anneliese Depoux
  • 26. Communicating the public health implications of climate change | Melinda R Weathers, Marceleen M Mosher and Edward Maibach
  • 27 A few points that communication on climate change could learn from
    the COVID-19 crisis | Anneliese Depoux and François Gemenne
  • 28 Communicating the health co-benefits of climate change mitigation to
    households and policy makers | Alina Herrmann, Dorothee Amelung, Helen Fischer and Rainer Sauerborn

THEME VIII - CLIMATE JUSTICE COMMUNICATION

  • 29 Introduction to climate justice communication | Anna Roosvall and Matthew Tegelberg
  • 30 The importance of the matters, geographies, and mediations of justice | Anna Roosvall and Matthew Tegelberg
  • 31 The unearthed and contagious logics of pluralist climate justice in the
  • Russian Arctic | Dmitry Yagodin

THEME IX - CLIMATE CHANGE FICTION

  • 32. Introduction to climate change fiction | Roman Bartosch
  • 33. Beyond communication: climate change fiction | Axel Goodbody
  • 34. Popularizing climate change: cli-fi film and narrative impact | Alexa Weik von Mossner
  • 35. (In)attention to global drama: climate change plays | Julia Hoydis
  • 36. Reading and teaching fictions of climate | Roman Bartosch
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