Agenda Setting and Issue Definition at the Micro Level: Giving Climate Change a Voice in the Peruvian Congress

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Bruno Takahashi & Mark S. Meisner “Agenda Setting and Issue Definition at the Micro Level: Giving Climate Change a Voice in the Peruvian Congress,” Latin American Policy, 4(2). 340-357, 2013.

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Re-examining the Media-Policy Link: Climate Change and Government Elites in Peru

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Bruno Takahashi & Mark S. Meisner “Re-examining the Media-Policy Link: Climate Change and Government Elites in Peru,” Chapter 6 in Culture, Politics & Climate Change: How Information Shapes our Common Future, Edited by Deserai A. Crow and Maxwell T. Boykoff. London: Routledge, 2014.

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Special: Environmental Communication Research

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Here is an interview I did with Florian Kaefer for his Sustainable Futures blog. Sorry, but with a reblog I can’t control how the images are displayed and we are stuck with a massive logo for The IECA and yet another profile picture of me. Your best bet is to head over to the original post as quickly as possible. Then go to The IECA site and join up!

Originally posted on Sustainability Leaders:

IECAWhat do Greenpeace campaign banners, television news stories about climate change and advertisement for a ‘green’ bathroom cleaner have in common? All form part of environmental communication. In this blog post, Mark Meisner, chief executive of the International Environmental Communication Association (IECA) explains why environmental communication and its research are now more important than ever and what to look for when chosing a university program in environmental communication.

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