Monthly Archives: October 2009

climate change supermodeling?

Also published at Immanence. Having just written a piece for Environmental Communication about the promises and pitfalls of cognitive science-based approaches to communicating about issues like climate change, I can’t help commenting on this video and blog post that arrived … Continue reading

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International Conference on Communication and Environment

A key conference for environmental communicators and scholars is coming up in December in Penang, Malaysia. Continue reading

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When Effective Communication is Not Always Enough

This past spring and summer I researched the dismal recycling rate of compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) by Maine households. In Maine, it is illegal to dispose of used CFLs, mercury has been a dominant environmental issue in Maine for the … Continue reading

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Intolerable Consumerism: Images of Death at Midway

Chris Jordan and other artists are documenting the suffering we cause to baby albatrosses with our plastic garbage. Continue reading

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Call for Participants: Environmental Communication Association Task Force

This is an invitation to interested individuals and organizations to join an ad hoc task force that will develop a proposal to form a new international professional association in Environmental Communication. We are asking for volunteers to serve on this … Continue reading

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