The study revealed that social media and online journalism coverage of climate change are almost the same. Meanwhile, print and social media usually cover climate change as an environmental, economic, or political story.
Nda and Ekong (2012) in their article titled “Communicating Climate Change in Africa through the Theatre for Development Process” discussed the value of using theatre for development (or community theatre) in communicating the problem of climate change.
The International Institute of Knowledge Management welcome you to the International Conference on Global Warming and Climate Change (GlobeWarm ‘18) which is scheduled to be held from 04th to 05th October 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand under the theme “Creating a global dialogue towards a sustainable future”. GlobeWarm’18 provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent research findings, trends, and concerns, as well as practical challenges, encountered and
“As a mass medium at the local level, community radios can provide the link between community and science.” This was emphasized by Ajaya Dixit, Executive Director of the Institute for Social and Environmental Transition (ISET) in Nepal during his discussion on climate change and disaster resilience among community radio broadcasters, community media practitioners, and representatives of farmer organizations from South Asia. Dixit advised the community radio stations that when they try
A webinar series entitled, “Weathering Change: Local Solutions for Strong Communities Webinar Series will commence in September 2017. This webinar series has been presented by Antioch University New England, in partnership with the US Environment Protection Agency (EPA). Interested parties may view past webinar recordings below: Financing Climate Change Solutions Communicating about Clean Energy and Climate Change Solutions Incorporating Climate Solutions Regional Collaboration for Resilience For more information, click here.
Voices of Youth now accepts interested applicants who are interested in the fields of climate change and environment for VOY blogging internships in English, Spanish, and French until 10 February 2017. This is a three-month internship from February to June 2017 that offers young people aged 14-25 years old an opportunity on the following: To receive personalized feedback on your blog posts; To engage on a series of live interactive sessions with subject
The recently released Klima 101: A Climate Change Guidebook for Philippine Journalists aims to help journalists and editors, including journalism teachers and trainers, to navigate and understand scientific issues better. The book hopes to provide a clear idea of the nature of climate change, what types of data and information journalists need to write or produce a story particularly on the impact of climate change on agriculture and food security, how to
“The impact of climate change in exacerbating the food challenges we face does call for a profound rethinking of global agricultural practices. The good news is that solutions do exist.
Responding to the challenges of climate change in Bangladesh, a project called IRR-CCRIP (Implementation of Rural Radio Initiatives under the Coastal Climate Resilient Infrastructure Project) is now being implemented. The project was formulated with the assistance of FAO ComDev team to address the need for a communication plan in support of resilient livelihoods, using rural radio as the core medium.
Are you making the difference in addressing climate change? The UN Climate Change Secretariat is looking for successful projects to become the Momentum for Change’s 2015 Lighthouse Activities. Applications are open to members of any organizations, communities, cities, businesses, governments and others taking concrete action on climate change