Handbook of Climate Change Communication: Vol. 2

Practice of Climate Change Communication
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 19. November 2017
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  • XV, 419 Seiten
 
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978-3-319-70066-3 (ISBN)
 

This comprehensive handbook provides a unique overview of the theory, methodologies and best practices in climate change communication from around the world. It fosters the exchange of information, ideas and experience gained in the execution of successful projects and initiatives, and discusses novel methodological approaches aimed at promoting a better understanding of climate change adaptation. Addressing a gap in the literature on climate change communication and pursuing an integrated approach, the handbook documents and disseminates the wealth of experience currently available in this field.

Volume 2 of the handbook provides a unique description of the theoretical basis and of some of the key facts and phenomena which help in achieving a better understanding of the basis of climate change communication, providing an essential basis for successful initiatives in this complex field.

1st ed. 2018
  • Englisch
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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  • 22 farbige Tabellen, 13 s/w Abbildungen, 31 farbige Abbildungen
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  • 13 schwarz-weiße und 31 farbige Abbildungen, 22 farbige Tabellen, Bibliographie
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Walter Leal is a Professor of Environment and Technology at MMU and at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, in Germany. Prof Leal directs the International Climate Change Information Programme (ICCIP) which is a leading programme on climate change education, information and communication. His research interests are on sustainable development, climate change and renewable energy.

Evangelos Manolas was born in Naxos, Greece, in 1961. He has received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Essex (1983), a Master of Arts in International Relations from the University of Kent at Canterbury (1985) and a Philosophy Doctorate from the University of Aberdeen (1989). He is Associate Professor of Sociology and Environmental-Forest Education in the Department of Forestry and Management of the Environment and Natural Resources, School of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, Democritus University of Thrace, Orestiada, Greece.
Anabela Marisa Azul is a researcher at the Cener for Neuroscience and Cell Biology at the University of Coimbra. Her main research activities focus on ecology, biology and biotechnology of fungi, particularly mycorrhizal symbioses. Her interests encompass both basic and strategic research, ranging from functional traits of native soil fungi, ecology and biotechnology of native fungi, toxins of higher fungi, science dissemination, education and citizenship, forestry and mycology guidance.
Ulisses M Azeiteiro is a Senior Professor (Associate Professor with Habilitation and Tenure), Coordinator of the Climate Change and Biodiversity Assets Unit from the Biology Department and Integrated Member/Senior Researcher of the Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM) at University of Aveiro in Portugal. His main interests are the Impacts of Climate Change in the Marine Environment (Biology and Ecology of Global Change) and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Context of Sustainable Development (Social and Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change). Research Coordinator since 2008 he was a member of several evaluation panels from research projects and grants (International European and National-Portuguese and outside Portugal), member of the organizing and scientific committees of more than 100 international and national congresses, supervised over 50 postgraduate students (MSc and Ph.D students). Professor Ulisses M Azeiteiro has written, co-written, edited or co-edited more than 250 publications, including books, book chapters and papers in refereed journals.
Henry McGhie is the head of collections and curator of zoology at Manchester Museum, part of the University of Manchester. With a background as a bird ecologist, his work connects the public with contemporary issues and research through exhibitions, and promotes the use of collections for research. He has a keen interest in finding ways for museums to contribute effectively to the sustainability agenda, promoting positive environmental and social outcomes. More broadly, he sees this area as reflecting museum's key role as civic spaces, which can support, encourage and enable critical thinking and personal action around global challenges. He has published widely on historical ecology, the history of ornithology and natural heritage collections.







1 Weather Forecasting Using Local Traditional Knowledge (LTK) in the Midst of Climate Change in Domboshawa, Zimbabwe2 Climate Change Communication in Nepal3 Short Stories and Climate Change: An Application of Kolb's Experiential Learning Model4 Role of the Media in Climate Change Communication in the Northwest Region of Cameroon5 Rural Indonesian Insight on Mass Media Role in Reducing Climate Change Risk6 Mapping Issues, Stakeholders and Actions on Youth Climate Change Communication in Indonesia for the Period 2008 to 20157 The Klimablog - Personal Reflections After 5 Years of Blogging on Climate Change From, For and About Bolivia8 Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in the Agriculture Sector of Sri Lanka: What We Learnt and Way Forward9 What's the Worst Thing That Can Happen? - A Simple Exercise to Communicating and Reasoning About Climate Change10 The challenges of climate change communication for Lagos coastal communities11 Seven Strategies of Climate Change Science Communication for Policy Change: Combining Academic Theory with Practical Evidence from Science-Policy Partnerships in Canada12 Climate change communication: community knowledge and preparedness13 University students' perceptions about Climate Change: the case of Interior Design and Architecture Students of a Brazilian University14 The Grounding for a Fossil Fuel Free World: Integrating Climate Change Education into Secondary Schools15 Climate change and renewable energy: Opinions and emotions of elementary school pupils in the Prefecture of Evros16 Incorporation of Local Ecological Knowledge (LEK) Into Biodiversity Management and Climate Change Variability Scenarios for Threatened Fish Species and Fishing Communities. Communication Patterns Among BioResources Users As a Prerequisite for Co-Management :A Case Study of Berlenga MNR, Portugal and Resex-Mar of Arraial do Cabo, RJ, Brazil17 Delivering Solutions: Engaging Farmers and Land Holders in the Climate Change Debate18 The Role of Risk Perceptions in Climate Change Communication: A Media Analysis on the UK Winter Floods 2015/201619 The Feeling of Red and Blue - A Constructive Critique of Color Mapping in Visual Climate Change Communication20 Using Heritage to engage Antarctic Tourists With Climate Change21 Calm Before the Storm: Assessing Climate Change and Sustainability in Saudi Arabian Universities22 'Committees', a Promising Institution in Climate Change Communication and Adaptation?23 The SHAPE of Effective Climate Change Communication: Taking a RoundView24 Communication Strategies for Building Climate-Smart Farming Communities25 Engagement in Action: Communicating Climate Change Research to Non-Specialist Audiences26 Communicating Climate Change in the Greater Manchester Region: A Whole Systems Approach to Change

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