Matthew Nisbet named new Editor of Environmental Communication
Taylor & Francis and the International Environmental Communication Association (IECA) are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Matthew Nisbet as the new Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Communication, starting from 1 January 2017, succeeding Dr. Alison Anderson of Plymouth University, UK. Dr. Nisbet is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Northeastern University, USA.
"As the new Editor-in-Chief, Matthew has a bold vision for boosting the journal's research quality, visibility, and impact, broadening its contributor and readership base."
- Dr. Alison Anderson
To celebrate this great news, we are pleased to offer free access to the following articles specially chosen by Dr. Nisbet.
- Media Representations of Climate Change: A Meta-Analysis of the Research Field, Mike S. Schäfer and Inga Schlichting
- New Rig on the Block: Spatial Policy Discourse and the New Suburban Geography of Energy Production on Colorado's Front Range, Adrianne Kroepsch
- Media Frames and Cognitive Accessibility: What Do “Global Warming” and “Climate Change” Evoke in Partisan Minds?, Jonathon P. Schuldt and Sungjong Roh
- Framing Renewable Energy: A Comparative Study of Newspapers in Australia and Sweden, Monika Djerf-Pierre, John Cokley and Louise J. Kuchel
- Press Briefings in International Climate Change Negotiations, Carola Betzold, Thomas Bernauer and Vally Koubi
- Nature Documentaries, Connectedness to Nature, and Pro-environmental Behavior, Florian Arendt and Jörg Matthes
- YouTube, Social Norms and Perceived Salience of Climate Change in the American Mind, James T. Spartz, Leona Yi-Fan Su, Robert Griffin, Dominique Brossard and Sharon Dunwoody
These articles are available for you to read for free until the end of May 2016.