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The International Environmental Communication Association has released a new
*/Communication for the Commons: Revisiting Participation and Environment/*
[1] is an anthology of selected papers from the 2013 Conference on
Communication and Environment that was held in Uppsala, Sweden.

The book is a 35MB PDF download [2] and it is free for all. Enjoy and spread
the word. If this kind of research is interesting to you, please consider
joining IECA.

Table of contents:


  * *Post Rio Communication Styles for Deliberation - between
    individualization and collective action* by Pernille Almlund, Jesper
  * *A Voice in the Wilderness: Cultural Barriers to Land Use Planning as
    Deliberative Democracy* by Matthew Hoffman
  * *Participation, learning and sustainable fisheries: the case of
    co-management at lake Vättern, Sweden* by Cecilia Lundholm, Christian
    Stöhr, Beatrice Crona
  * *Joint Forest Management in India: A Case Study of East Sikkim,
India* by
    Paulami Banerjee
  * *Water Policy by Public Design on the Texas Coast* by Chara J. Ragland
  * *Process Literacy Across Shifting Rhetorical Frameworks in Internal
    Coalition Maintenance* by Deborah Cox Callister
  * *The Value of Environment in the Controversy Over Antibacterial Silver:
    Swedish Case Study* by Max Boholm, Rickard Arvidsson
  * *Biosphere Reserves, a Matter of Communication Processes, Developing
    Models for Sustainability: Environmental Communication Processes with
  * *Expressions that Either Formulate Opportunities or Form
    Possibilities* by Kristina Börebäck
  * *Developing an Ecotourism Foundation in Indonesian National Parks* by
    Adriana Salas
  * *A Comparative Study Evaluating Conservation Education in Indonesian
    Provinces: Hinduism in Bali versus Islam in East Kalimantan* by Bianca
  * *Supporting Water Governance and Climate Change Adaptation Through
    Systemic Praxis* by Chris Blackmore, Ray Ison, Kevin Collins
  * *The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation: Can It Move Beyond
    Just Hunting?* by Andrea M. Feldpausch-Parker, Israel D. Parker
  * *ImagineNATIVE 2012: Film Festival Eco-imaginations and Practices* by
    Salma Monani, Miranda Brady
  * *A Contradictory Approach to the Right of Public Access: Exploring
    Relational Factors in the Case of Agritourism* by Elvira Caselunghe,
    Hanna Ljunggren Bergeå
  * *Struggles for Water in Colombia: Communication and the Participation of
    Citizens* by Valeria Llano-Arias
  * *Flows, Locomotion, and the Wild West: Mobile Participation through
    Dakota’s Oil Boom* by Brian Cozen
  * *Hydrofracking in the News: How Media Coverage of Hydraulic Fracturing
    Shapes Public Discourse About Emerging Energy Technologies in the
    U.S.* by Katelind M. Batill, Andrea Feldpausch-Parker
  * *Re-imaging the Commons as “the Green Economy”* by Joanna Boehnert
  * *Can Stakeholders Hold the Commons? English as the Global Language of
    Capitalism and that of Sustainability: Contradictions and Potentials* by
    M. Cristina Caimotto
  * *Revisiting Participation: Who Matters* by Chara J. Ragland, Adrienne
  * *Participation in Environmental Communication: Culture, Nature, and
    Literature* by Maris Sõrmus
  * *Your Place, My Place, or Some Place More Exciting: Pro-Creative
    Possibilities for Environmental Communication Scholarship* by James G.
  * *Mountains and Handrails: Risk, Meaning, and Responsibility in Three
    National Parks* by Laura N. Rickard
  * *Apocalyptic Framing and Conservative Action: Discourses of Climate
    Communicated in Swedish Mass Media, 2006-2009* by Jonas Anshelm, Martin
  * *Climate News Across Media Platforms: A Comparative Analysis of Climate
    Change Communication on Different News Platforms* by Mikkel Fugl Eskjær
  * *Overcoming the Issue Attention Cycle: Four Possible Ingredients of a
    Successful Climate Movement* by Neil Stenhouse, Susanna Priest
  * *Experiential Programs for Educators: A Case Study on Coastal Policy
    Communication in Cebu, Philippines* by David W. Knight, Arren M.
  * *Learning in the Beat: What Influences Environmental Journalists’
    Perception of Knowledge?* by Bruno Takahashi, Edson Tandoc, Jr.
  * *Putting the U in Carbon Capture and Storage: Performances of Rupture
    within the CCS Scientific Community* by Danielle Endres, Brian Cozen,
    Megan O’Byrne, Andrea Feldpausch-Parker
  * *Articulating Resistance to Nuclear Power: Local Tactics and Strategic
    Connections in a Nuclear Construction Financing Controversy* by William
    J. Kinsella, Ashley R. Kelly. Meagan Kittle Autry
  * *Proof Of Power: An Exploration Of Clashing Evidence-Based Claims In The
    A.N.W.R. Oil Drilling Debate* by Jessica R. Moyer
  * *Meta-learning in the U.K. Environmental Movement: Culture Change
    and Their Pedagogical Implications* by Callum McGregor
  * *Social Media and Environmental Activism in China: Enacting Social
    on Wild Public Screens* by Kevin Michael DeLuca, Elizabeth Brunner
  * *Negotiating the End of the World in Climate Change Rhetoric: Climate
    Skepticism, Science, and Arguments* by Emma Frances Bloomfield, Randall
    A. Lake
  * *Masculinity and Making Do: Outdoor Recreation’s Risky Rhetoric* by
    Samantha Senda-Cook
  * *“The Closer the Better”: Possibilities and Limitations with Frontline
    Management. Lessons from the Majella National Park, Italy* by Serena
    Cinque, Annelie Sjölander-Lindqvist
  * *Promoting Sustainable Transportation across Campus Communities using
    Transtheoretical Model of Change* by Norbert Mundorf, Colleen A.
    Tat Fu, Andrea Paiva, Leslie Brick, James O. Prochaska
  * *The Visual Rhetoric of Climate Change Documentaries: Aerial Shots and
    Interviews* by Helen Hughes
    *The Ghost of Dr. Mesmer or the Illusionary World of Fantastic
Claims* by
    Dominique M. Richard
  * *Distrust as a Tool in an Environmental Conflict* by Marie-Ève Maillé,
    Johanne Saint-Charles
  * *“Blue is the New Green”: Neoliberal Logic and the Co-optation of
    Environmental Justice Discourses in the Pennsylvania Fracking Debate* by
    Katherine Cruger, Michael Finewood
  * *Citizen-Sourcing and Reframing Environmental Discourse: An Analysis of
    Frances Moore Lappé’s EcoMind* by Emilie O. Falc
  * *Eco-Jokes and Their Relation to the UnCO2nscious: Larry David’s “Curb
    Global Warming” Campaign and Other Environmental Comedies* by Xinghua
  * *Policy Issues Dominate U.S. Environmental News: A Content Analysis of
    Seven U.S. Newspapers’ Coverage of Environmental Issues from
    1970-2010* by Susan Grantham, Edward T. Vieira, Jr.
  * *Assessing the Cognitive Autonomy of Audiences Towards Environmental
    Messages* by Pierre Fastrez, Coralie Meurice, Thierry De Smedt, Julie


  * *Press Coverage and Framing of Climate Change Issues in Nigeria: A Boost
    or Constraint for Participation Opportunities?* by Herbert E. Batta,
    Ashong C. Ashong, Abdullahi S. Bashir
  * *Participatory Art Exhibitions: Public Pedagogy and Global Climate
    Change* by Andrew Bieler
  * *The Green Economy: Discourse and Problem Map* by Joanna Boehnert
  * *Nature Incorporated: the Commons in a Spreadsheet* by Mark Brown
  * *Paradise and poverty: How Cultural Identity Supports Environmental
    Journalism in Jamaica and Nepal* by Elizabeth Burch
  * *Communicating New Perspectives of the Commons Through Art* by Darlene
  * *Blowin’ in the Wind: How Collaborative Governance Communication
    Can **Reduce Wind Power Siting Disputes in the United States* by Susan
  * *Credibility at Stake? “Clean, green” New Zealand in the News* by
    Florian M. Kaefer
  * *The Carrot or the Stick Approach? Effective Delivery of Behavioural
    Changes Towards Energy Conservation and the Use of Renewable Energy in
    Local Communities* by Josephine I. Mmojieje
  * *Hunting Elk on YouTube: An Ecocritical Perspective on the Nature-Human
    Relationship in User-Generated Media* by Cecilia Mörner, Ulrika Olausson
  * *Media’s Role in Informing Public Opinion on Environmental Health Risk:
    Motivating Health Informed Policy?* by Linda J. Pfeiffer, Eun Jeong Koh
  * *Crossing Borders: Immigration and Agriculture in the Press* by Jean P.
  * *Communicating Adaptation to Climate Change in Thailand: Communication
    Concepts for Practical Adaptation* by Sukanya Sereeonchai
  * *Mediated participation: The Case of Belo Monte Supporters and the
    Movimento Gota D’Água Dialogue on the Internet* by Vivian Paes
    Barretto Smith
  * *An Urban Environmental Handbook* by Stinne Storm Folving
  * *Environmental Observatories and Citizens Participation: Virtual Public
    Arenas?* by María Ángela Torres Kremers
  * *Politics, Logistics and Natural Resources: Cornerstones of the
    Sustainability Concept in Local Level Communication* by Anne-Marie
    Tuomala, Heimo Tuomala