Member Blogs

Below is a list of external blogs that IECA members write or contribute to. See what your fellow members are writing about. IECA is not responsible for their content.
 

  • DEPOE'S BLOG
    URL: http://environmentalcomm.org/blogs/stevedepoe
    Author: Steve Depoe
    Description: Thoughts about the future of IECA and the larger environmental communication community
     
  • EcoRover
    URL: http://ecorover.blogspot.com
    Author: Pat Munday
    Description: Stories and photos about life and environmental issues along the Continental Divide in Montana between the Clark Fork (westslope) and Big Hole (eastslope) Rivers.
     
  • e~musing things
    URL: http://emusingthings.com
    Author: Deanna Ford, author
    Description: Thoughts, observations and critiques of the relationship between humans and the environment.
     
  • Gisele Neuls
    URL: http://giseleneuls.wordpress.com/portfolio/artigos/
    Author: Gisele Neuls
    Description: This section has my papers and other academic production. Mostly in Portuguese.
     
  • Horizontes 2030
    URL: http://yarumo2030.wordpress.com
    Author: Maria Angela Torres and others
    Description: News, discussions and opinions on environmental and sustainability issues worldwide, their relation to Latin America and the Caribbean and to the Agenda 2030 and its 17 SDGs.
     
  • Laboratório Interdisciplinar de Comunicação Ambiental
    URL: http://licaufs.blogspot.com/
    Author: Sonia Aguiar
    Description: Sonia Aguiar's blog from the Interdisciplinary Environmental Communication Lab.
     
  • One Blue World: notes on communication & public understanding of climate science
    URL: http://www.oneblueworld.blogspot.com/
    Author: Liisa Antilla, author
    Description: Postings relate to framing and communicating climate science
     
  • The Climate Reality Project Indonesia
    URL: http://www.climatereality.or.id/blog
    Author: Amanda Niode
    Description: The blog covers climate change communications and activities by climate leaders who have been trained by The. Hon. Al Gore.
     
  • The Ice Shelf
    URL: http://iceshelf.tumblr.com
    Author: Joanna Nurmis
    Description: A blog about Antarctica and its current depiction in the news as well as its status as a cultural icon of climate change
     
  • The Nature of Media - Why depictions and representations of nature in media matter
    URL: https://rcharddoherty.wordpress.com/about/
    Author: Richard Doherty
    Description: Musings on Media Studies and the Environment
     
  • The Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media
    URL: http://www.yaleclimatemediaforum.org/
    Author: Michael Svoboda
    Description: Michael Svoboda contributes to this blog "connecting scientists, journalists, and communicators."