New Paperback Edition of Communicating the Climate Crisis Released

Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield) has released a new paperback edition of Communicating the Climate Crisis: New Directions for Facing What Lies Ahead by IECA member Julia Corbett. A review in the journal Science Communication (2022, Vol 44-2), said “This [book], written by a communication scholar and supported by abundant literature…is like having a conversation with a friend about climate. [A] very thoughtful book that encourages reflection.” The book also received a “Highly Recommended for All Readers” recommendation by “Choice,” the publishing unit of the Association of College and Research Libraries. E-book copies also are available.

Corbett is an emerita professor in the Department of Communication and Environmental Humanities Graduate Program at the University of Utah. Her previous books include Communicating Nature: How We Create & Understand Environmental Messages and Out of the Woods: Culture & Everyday Nature.

The book is part of Lexington Books' series, Environmental Communication and Nature: Conflict and Ecoculture in the Anthropocene.