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Environmental Communication Vol. 7 No. 1

Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, Vol. 7, No. 1, 01 Mar 2013 is now available on Taylor & Francis Online.

This is a special issue on The Symbolic Transformation of Space.

Online access to the journal is included in Regular, Student and Organizational memberships in The IECA.

With this issue, there is free access to some of the articles. For more information and to download papers, go here:

http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/renc20/7/1

This new issue contains the following articles:

INTRODUCTION
The Symbolic Transformation of Space
Jessica Leigh Thompson & James G. Cantrill

ARTICLES
Cultural Discourses of Dwelling: Investigating Environmental Communication as a Place-based Practice *FREE ACCESS*
Donal Carbaugh & Tovar Cerulli

Articulating Identity In and Through Maine's North Woods
Karen Hutchins & Nathan Stormer

Changing the Conversation about Climate Change: A Theoretical Framework for Place-Based Climate Change Engagement
Sarah Schweizer, Shawn Davis & Jessica Leigh Thompson

Belonging to the Rainbow Region: Place, Local Media, and the Construction of Civil and Moral Identities Strategic to Climate Change Adaptability
Susan Ward & Kitty van Vuuren

Watershed as Common-Place: Communicating for Conservation at the Watershed Scale
Caroline Gottschalk Druschke

The Enrollment of Nature in Tourist Information: Framing Urban Nature as “the Other” *FREE ACCESS*
Ylva Uggla & Ulrika Olausson

Environmental Messages in Online Media: The Role of Place
Paul C. Adams & Astrid Gynnild

An On-line Narrative of Colorado Wilderness: Self-in-“Cybernetic Space”
Joseph G. Champ, Daniel R. Williams & Catherine M. Lundy

Miscellany
Acknowledgement of Guest Reviewers, Volume 6

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