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New trends in earth-science outreach and engagement : the nature of communication

Author: Jeanette L Drake; Yekaterina Y Kontar; Gwynne S Rife
Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2014.
Series: Advances in natural and technological hazards research, v.38.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Examines the processes of communication necessary in bridging the chasm between climate change and natural hazard knowledge and public opinion and policy ... [taking] a proactive and prescriptive approach to communicating with the public, the media, and policy makers about the importance of Earth science in everyday life"--Page 4 of cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeanette L Drake; Yekaterina Y Kontar; Gwynne S Rife
ISBN: 9783319018201 3319018205
OCLC Number: 868231004
Description: xxviii, 244 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. Framing climate change --
1. Assessing corporate influence on climate change dialogue / Gretchen Goldman, Francesca Grifo, Paul Rogerson, and Benjamin L. Gutman --
2. Reaching out beyond the usual suspects and traditional media : re-branding climate change as a problem with a feasible solution / Geoffrey Haines-Stiles, Richard B. Alley, and Erna Akuginow --
3. Investigating connections between industry affiliation and climate change attitudes / Sue Schrader, Chris Danielson, and Scyller J. Borglum --
Part II. The role of science in the conversation --
4. Science advocacy and the legal system : is life cycle assessment unconstitutional? / Danny Cullenward and David Weiskopf --
5. Reduction of conflicts in mining development using "Good neighbor agreements" / Alexandra Masaitis and Glenn C. Miller --
6. Science communication and the tension between evidence-based and inclusive features of policy making / Sarah Michaels, John Holmes, and Louise Shaxson --
7. Science communication and the role of scientists in the policy discussion / Kristan Uhlenbrock, Elizabeth Landau, and Erik Hankin --
Part III. Friending earth via social media --
8. Transmedia storytelling in science communication : one subject, multiple media, unlimited stories / Kevin Moloney and Marijke Unger --
9. Experience our planet : interpreting earth sciences in a museum environment / Simon Schneider and Gilla Simon --
10. Impacts of geospatial information for decision making / Francoise Pearlman, Richard Bernknopf, Mary Ann Stewart, and Jay S. Pearlman --
Part IV. STEMming the tide of science illiteracy --
11. Infusing climate and energy literacy throughout the curriculum / Minda Berbeco and Mark McCaffrey --
12. Enticiing students to pursue STEM-related careers through cyber-driven learning / Gwynne S. Rife and Julie McIntosh --
13. Using video projects in the science classroom / Philip D. Wade and Arlene R. Courtney --
Part V. Organization for resources and resiliency --
14. Stakeholder-driven research for climate adaptation in New York City / Nir Y. Krakauer --
15. Funding of geosciences : coordinating national and international resources / Bente Lilja Bye and Kathleen S. Fontaine --
16. Big benefit from big data : a real-time data product creation and distribution system / Michael D. Haderman, Adam N. Pasch, Timoth S. Dye, Alan C. Chan, Dianne S. Miller, John E. White, and Philip G. Dickerson --
17. Trusted sources : the role scientific societies can play in informing public opinion on climate change / Christine W. McEntee.
Series Title: Advances in natural and technological hazards research, v.38.
Responsibility: Jeanette L. Drake, Yekaterina Y. Kontar ; Gwynne S. Rife, editors.

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