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A little bit behind the curve here... I just wanted to note the fact that IECA founding member Max Boykoff (University of Colorado-Boulder) has published a new book on climate change communication.

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It's not a big deal, but IECA now has a Twitter account @EnvComm. Members and non members are encouraged to follow us. We are in the process of integrating Twitter with the web site.

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Among our many other resources, we have created a new list of related organizations. IECA hopes to network with the likes of ICA's new Environmental Communication Section, IAMCR's Environment, Science and Risk Communication working group, the Society for Environmental Journalists, and so forth.

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Calls, events, jobsIf you haven't been here in a while,  you should notice a few changes. Content from the old ECN web site has been migrated to the IECA web site. Plus we have been adding new features, including listings of IECA member blogs, calls for papers, etc., environmental communication events, and jobs. All of this is being set up so that members will eventually be able to post their own listings of these kinds of info right on the web site.

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ECN2 logoAs most of you know, the Environmental Communication Network (ECN) is becoming part of the IECA. One aspect of that move is that we will soon be establishing a mailing list to replace the ECN's LISTSERV. Current ECN LISTSERV members will be invited to join the new IECA list for free. That new list is going to be known as ECN2 and it's coming soon!

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