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‘Environmental Communication’ issue of Science for Environment Policy now online

The special issue of Science for Environment Policy focusing on Environmental Communication is now available to download, free, from:

The special issue of the news service provides an essential guide for policy makers and environmental communication experts to research which provides insights into how we can communicate environmental issues effectively. The articles offer easy -to-read summaries of key studies in the field, to give a comprehensive view of the latest developments. They explore topics including: • What is the best way to engage the public with climate change? • How should scientific uncertainty be communicated to policy makers? • What are the implications of the media’s ‘dramatic’ portrayal of the relations between climate change and developing nations? Science for Environment Policy is a free news service designed to strengthen links between environmental research and policy. Environmental Communication is the seventeenth in a series of special Thematic Issues which take an in-depth look at issues high on the policy agenda. It is guest-edited by Prof Anabela Carvalho of the University of Minho, Portugal. In addition to monthly special issues, subscribers to Science for Environment Policy receive a weekly news alert by email covering a range of environmental research. All news alert articles and Thematic Issues can be viewed on the service’s website: To subscribe to the service, simply send an email to with the subject line ‘Subscribe SfEP’. Science for Environment Policy is published by the European Commission’s DG Environment and has over 11,000 subscribers. It is edited by the Science Communication Unit at the University of the West of England.




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