About this series
Drawing on both leading and emerging scholars of environmental communication, the Palgrave Studies in Media and Environmental Communication Series features books on the key roles of media and communication processes in relation to a broad range of global as well as national/local environmental issues, crises and disasters. Characteristic of the cross-disciplinary nature of environmental communication, the books showcase a broad variety of theories, methods and perspectives for the study of media and communication processes regarding the environment. Common to these is the endeavour to describe, analyse, understand and explain the centrality of media and communication processes to public and political action on the environment.
Advisory BoardStuart Allan, Cardiff University, UKAlison Anderson, Plymouth University, UKAnabela Carvalho, Universidade do Minho, PortugalRobert Cox, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USAGeoffrey Craig, University of Kent, UKJulie Doyle, University of Brighton, UKShiv Ganesh, Massey University, New ZealandLibby Lester, University of Tasmania, AustraliaLaura Lindenfeld, University of Maine, USAPieter Maeseele, University of Antwerp, BelgiumChris Russill, Carleton University, CanadaJoe Smith, The Open University, UK