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Climate Change Politics: Communication and Public Engagement By Anabela Carvalho and ...

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cinema, Austrian experimental film (Valie Export, Ferry Radax), Kafka adaptations, the German Democratic Republic and new Austrian documentary cinema, and ecodocs (Niklaus Geyrhalter, Hubert Sauper, Rob Stewart). She coedited Deutschland im Spiegel seiner Filme (2000) and translated Alexander Kluge’s Cinema Stories (2007) with Martin Brady. She is completing a monograph on environmental documentary film in the 21st century.

Anna Maria Jönsson is an associate professor in the Department of Culture and Communication at Södertörn University, Sweden. Her doctoral thesis from 2004, Samma nyheter eller likadana? (“Same news or similar?”), analyzes diversity in television news against the backdrop of theories about the public sphere and the media. Her research interests are journalism and the public sphere, environmental governance, and environmental communication. Several of her recent research projects and publications focus on public participation in environmental discourse.

Callum McGregor is a PhD candidate in education at the University of Edinburgh, supervised by Jim Crowther. He holds an MSc in community education and an MSc in educational research. His current research focuses on the cultural politics of contemporary environmentalism in the United Kingdom through studying the public discourse of various activist milieus. He continues to work part time as a community educator.

Robert Næss is an associate professor in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). His main interests are science and technology studies, and he has published articles in national (Norwegian) and international journals on climate adaptation, public understanding of climate change, and development of new renewable energy technologies.

Israel Parker is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M University. His primary research focuses on wildlife ecology and management, particularly with overabundant