Our mission is to apply research strategies from media studies, journalism studies, sociology, political science and climate science to improve public understanding of climate change. Rigorous research of climate change reporting, public attitudes and the communication practices of climate scientists will identify what is needed to effectively inform all Australians of the dangers of, and solutions to, climate change. In doing so, we also aim to improve the communication of the economic and health impacts of climate change, and understand the urban, rural and gendered experience of it.
- In this study, we surveyed 750 capital city TV viewers to record their interest in climate information in news bulletins. The findings from the survey revealed ... Read more
- Analysis of Newspaper Reporting of the South Australian Mid-Latitude Cyclone, September/October 2016This report is the first of a series examining the way that climate change is reported on in relation to extreme weather events. This report ... Read more
- We are pleased to present our first report on a survey of Australian weather presenters that returned a 46% response rate… Read more
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