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Amplifiers on the Commons: Using Indicators to Foster Place-Based Sustainability Initiatives
James G. Cantrill

Beyond Frames: Recovering the Strategic in Climate Communication
J. Robert Cox

Business and Climate Change: The Climate Response of the World's 30 Largest Corporations
Øyvind Ihlen

Chewing on the Grizzly Man: Getting to the Meat of the Matter
Julie Kalil Schutten

Communicating in the Public Sphere: Attitudes Toward Different Public Instructional Communication Methods
Olekae T. Thakadu, Tracy A. Irani & Ricky Telg

Creating a Place for Environmental Communication Research in Sustainability Science
Laura A. Lindenfeld, Damon M. Hall, Bridie McGreavy, Linda Silka & David Hart

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

“Fox Tots Attack Shock”: Urban Foxes, Mass Media and Boundary-Breaching
Angela Cassidy & Brett Mills

From Environmental Campaigns to Advancing the Public Dialog: Environmental Communication for Civic Engagement
Robert J. Brulle

Nature's “Crisis Disciplines”: Does Environmental Communication Have an Ethical Duty?
Robert Cox

Neoliberal Style, the American Re-Generation, and Ecological Jeremiad in Thomas Friedman's “Code Green”
Ross Singer

Revealing and Reframing Apocalyptic Tragedy in Global Warming Discourse
Christina R. Foust & William O'Shannon Murphy

The Politics of Accuracy in Judging Global Warming Films
Felicity Mellor

Tipping Point Forewarnings in Climate Change Communication: Some Implications of an Emerging Trend
Chris Russill

Toxic Sublime: Imaging Contaminated Landscapes
Jennifer Peeples

“We're the Ones to Blame”: Citizens' Representations of Climate Change and the Role of the Media
Ulrika Olausson

When Whales “Speak for Themselves”: Communication as a Mediating force in Wildlife Tourism
Tema Milstein

Why it Matters How We Frame the Environment
George Lakoff

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