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Climate Change Communication : proceedings of an international conference, June 22-24, 2000, Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

표제/저자사항
Climate Change Communication : proceedings of an international conference, June 22-24, 2000, Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada / edited by Daniel Scott ... [et al.]
Canada.Environment Canada.   Scott, Daniel J.[1969-]   University of Waterloo   
발행사항
[Ottawa]: Environment Canada, 2000
형태사항
1 v. (various pagings): ill.; 28 cm
주기사항
Also available in HTML format.
Co-published by University of Waterloo.
"Climate Change Action Fund"--Cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
표준번호/부호
ISBN 066229159X
분류기호
듀이십진분류법-> 363.738/742
주제명
Climatic changes -- Public opinion -- Congresses    Climatic changes -- Government policy -- Citizen participation -- Congresses    Mass media and the environment -- Congresses    Environmental education -- Congresses

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edited by Daniel Scott ... [et al.] 2000 066229159X 363.738742-C212c 보존 서고 신청후이용(보존)
CONTENTS
Sponsors = ⅰ
Acknowledgements = ⅱ
Message from the Organizing Committee = ⅲ
WELCOME PLENARY
  Communicating about Climate Change : Challenges and Opportunities = WP-1
SESSIONS
  A1 CLIMATE CHANGE PERCEPTIONS 1 : SCIENTISTS AND DECISION MAKERS
    Speaking Truth to Power Revisited : Science, Policy and Climate Change = A1-1
    A Survey of Climate Change Beliefs : A Case Study of the Canada Country Study Participants = A1-16
    Climate Change Seen Through the Eyes of the Canadian Insurance Industry = A1-29
    Engaging Industry in Adaptation to Climate Change : A Perspective from the Geological Survey of Canada = A1-36
  A2 INFLUENCES ON PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF CLIMATE CHANCE
    The Role of the Mass Media in Shaping Perceptions and Awareness of Environmental Issues = A2-1
    Why Climate Change is Not in the Air : Popular Culture and the Whirlwind Effect = A2-8
    Same Planet, Different Worlds : The Climate Change Information Cap = A2-15
    Brownlash Communication about Climate Change : An Analysis of Recent Publications by the Fraser Institute = A2-23
  A3 CIVIC ENGAGEMENT 1: ORGANIZATIONAL ROLES
    The Role of NGOs in Promoting Climate Change : An EU Perspective = A3-1
    A Municipal Role in Climate Change = A3-12
    Public Education and Outreach to Reach Canadians : The Federal Perspective = A3-13
    A Scientist's Role in Communicating Climate Change = A3-14
  A4 NATIONAL & REGIONAL COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES 1 : INITIATIVES FROM THE US NATIONAL ASSESSMENT
    Engaging Stakeholder Participation in Assessing Regional Impacts from Climate Change : The Mid-Atlantic Regional Assessment = A4-1
    Developing Scientific Methods, Tools, and Prototype Products for a North American Assessment of Vulnerability to Climate Variability and Change = A4-10
    Overcoming Barriers in the Use of Climate Information = A4-20
  B1 CLIMATE CHANGE PERCEPTIONS 2 : THE PUBLIC
    Ten Illusions That Must Be Dispelled Before People Will Act On Your Global Warming Message = B1-1
    Perceptions and Understanding of Climate Change in Sri Lanka (A Case Study) = B1-6
    Public Perception of Climate Change, the Precautionary Principle and Public Policy = B1-9
  B2 ASSESSING MEDIA REPRESENTATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
    Cycles upon Cycles : The Evolution of Media Attention to Global Climate Change = B2-1
    Is Mass Media Coverage of Global Warming Culturally Bound? A Comparison of French and American Coverage of Global Climate Change = B2-9
    The Case Study of Climate Change : The Nature of Risk and the Risk of Nature = B2-21
    Media Narratives of Global Warming = B2-34
  B3 NATIONAL & REGIONAL COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES 2 : INITIATIVES FROM THE US NATIONAL ASSESSMENT
    The Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium Environmental Information Network : Building 'Learning Communities' in the Northern Great Plains = B3-1
    Low Snow, No Go in PNW = B3-6
    Native Peoples/Native Homelands Outreach = B3-7
  B4 PROMOTING COMMUNITY ACTION : A MUNICIPAL PERSPECTIVE
    From Awareness to Action : Focussing the Climate Change Message = B4-1
    A Case Study of Municipal Climate Change Outreach Strategies for the Residential Sector in the City of Ottawa = B4-8
    Integrating Climate Change Analysis Into Community Planning Using Geographic Information Systems = B4-17
    Linking Air Issues : Co-Benefits as a Communication Strategy = B4-24
  C1 STAKEHOLDER FRAMING OF CLIMATE CHANGE
    Negotiating Congruencies Among Multiple Interpretive Frameworks : Elite Representations of Global Climate Change = C1-1
    Impact of Framing on Willingness to Sacrifice to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions = C1-9
  C2 COMMUNICATION AND THE SCIENCE-POLICY INTERFACE
    The Science-Policy Process : Communication Distortions at Each Iteration = C2-1
    Communicating with the Media : A Scientist's Perspective = C2-8
    The Communication and Utilization of Research-Based Information : Moving Within and Beyond(Climate) Impact Assessments = C2-9
    On the Role of Research Programmes in Climate Change Communication. Experiences from the Dutch National Research Programme on Global Air Pollution and Climate Change = C2-10
  C3 CIVIC ENGAGEMENT 2 : LESSONS FROM OTHER PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES
    Congruence of Barriers to Public Involvement in Local Climate Change Initiatives and Environmental Assessment Processes = C3-1
    Learning to Engage : Experiences with Civic Engagement in Citizens = C3-12
    Assessing Adaptive Capacity in the Coastal Zone : A Case Study of the St. Croix Estuary Project = C3-13
  C4 CIVIC ENGAGEMENT 3 : SOCIAL MARKETING STRATEGIES
    Walking the Talk in Ottawa Through Community-Based Social Marketing = C4-1
    The Change Starts Here - A Climate Change Employee Awareness Pilot Project = C4-8
    Lessons Learned from the Blue Box Recycling Program = C4-11
    Taking Residential Energy Efficiency to the Streets : What Gets the Public Involved? = C4-16
  C5 PANEL DISCUSSION : COMMUNITY-BASED COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES ON AIR ISSUES
    Panel Discussion : Community-Based Communication Strategies on Air Issues = C5-1
  PLENARY SESSION 2
    Communicating the Science of Climate Change : A Mutual Challenge for Scientists and Educators = P2-1
    Importance of, and Obstacles to Communicating Science to Policy- and Decision-Makers : Climate Science in Retrospect = P2-2
  D1 GREENSPIRATIONAL ODYSSEY
    Greenspirational Stories of Effective Environmental Activism = D1-1
  D2 CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION THROUGH SCIENCE FICTION
    Narratives as an Educational Tool : A Review of A Scientific Romance = D2-1
    Depictions of Global Environmental Change in Science Fiction : An Overview of Educational Applications = D2-10
    "A Scientific Romance" - Reading and Reflection = D2-19
  D3 [session deleted]
  D4 NATIONAL AND REGIONAL COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES 3
    Sustainability in Sovereignty = D4-1
    Facilitating Stakeholder-Led Assessment of Climate Change Impacts : the UK Climate Impacts Programme(UKCIP) = D4-10
    Climate Change Risk Communication : A Stakeholder-Based Approach = D4-17
    Communication and Engagement : A Review of Strategies from the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin Project = D4-26
  D5 CLIMATE CHANGE CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
    Climate Change in School : Where Does it Fit and How Ready are We? = D5-1
    Climate Change Education - Understanding the Challenges = D5-9
    Educational Outreach Approach of the Climate Change Research Center = D5-16
  E1 VALUES AND RESPONSIBILITY
    Signal to Noise : Listening For Democracy and Environment in Climate Change Discourse = E1-1
    From Global Framing to Local Action : Translation of Climate Change Impacts in Africa = E1-11
    Who are Our Neighbours? Personal Automobile Choice, Climate Change and Ethics = E1-23
    Theological and Ethical Dimensions of Addressing Climate Change : Reflections from the World Council of Churches(WCC) = E1-30
  E2 CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN CLIMATE CHANGE 4 : SCENARIOS AS COMMUNICATION TOOLS
    Citizens' Perspectives of Climate Change in Europe : Perceived Barriers to Action = E2-1
    Communicating Uncertainties : Approaches and Experiences from Switzerland = E2-9
    A Coevolutionary Approach to Climate Change Impact Assessment in the UK = E2-17
    Using Integrated Assessment Models in Conversations with the Public : ULYSSES in Vancouver(Canada) = E2-24
  E3 LINKING CLIMATE CHANGE KNOWLEDGE AND ACTION
    Global Environmental Change : Modifying Human Contributions Through Education = E3-1
    Climate Change Knowledge and Attitudes : Links to Action in the Residential Sector = E3-11
    Developing a Measure of Public Understanding of Climate Change and Willingness to Act When Science is Uncertain = E3-21
    Embracing Uncertainty in Climate Change Decision-Making = E3-28
  E4 STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT 1 : YOUTH AND EDUCATORS
    Engaging the Public : Starting with our Children = E4-1
    Greenhouse Gas Reduction in Canadian Schools = E4-11
    Youth in Media - Engaging Youth in Change = F4-14
  F1 INFLUENCE ON PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF CLIMATE CHANGE 2
    Public Confusion over Climate Change : The Role of the Media = F1-1
    The Mismatch Between the Cultures of Journalism and Science = F1-5
  F2 CIVIC ENGAGEMENT 5 : MOTIVATING CHANGE
    Marketing Climate Change with Protective Shelter = F2-1
    Count Me In! Results of a Research Project to Measure the Impacts of Thirty Workplace-based Workshops to Raise Awareness of Climate Change and Stimulate Personal Action = F2-4
    The Sustainable Living Bus - Motivating Change = F4-9
    Using the Climate Change Calculator to Link Lifestyle Choices and Environmental Consequences = F4-13
  F3 STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT 2 : AGRICULTURAL SECTOR
    Planning for Climate Change in Agriculture = F3-1
    Achieving Understanding in Agriculture GHG Emission Reduction = F3-9
    How is Climate Change Relevant to Farmers? = F3-18
  F4 PANEL DISCUSSION : DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE COMMUNICATION NETWORK
    Using a Knowledge Network Model for Research and Communications on Climate Change : The Experience of the International Institute for Sustainable Development = F4-1
  G1 COMMUNICATION OF NATURAL VARIABILITY AND EXTREMES
    Commune Linga Concordiam Parit : Building the Common Language of Risk = G1-1
    The Value of Understanding Natural Climate Variability and Its Impacts as a Bridge to Thinking About Climate Change = G1-2
    Bringing Climate into the Daily Weather Broadcast = C1-10
  G2 EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE OF CLIMATE CHANGE INFORMATION : THE ROLE OF LIBRARIES AND THE INTERNET
    Global Climate Change Information : The Role of Libraries in Removing Barriers to Information = G2-1
    Regional Community Web Site = G2-16
    Climatechangesolutions.com : A Study of How the Internet Creates Action = G2-17
  G3 CLIMATE CHANGE THROUGH INUIT EYES
    Inuit Observations of Climate Change = G3-1
WORKSHOPS
  1. Climate Change in the Classroom - Beyond the Printed Page = W-1
  2. Bridging the Gap from Tech Talk to Street Speak : Communicating Science to Non-Scientists = W-11
  3. Creating a Climate for Change = W-12
  4. Youth and the Internet = W-16
  5. Climatechangesolutions.com : A Study of How the Internet Creates Action = W-17
  6. Count Me In! A Workplace-Based Program to Raise Awareness and Stimulate Personal Action on Climate Change = W-18
PUBLIC FORUMS
  Public Outreach Events to Raise Awareness of Climate Change in the Local Community = PF-1
POSTER PAPERS
  Abstracts of Climate Change Posters that Were Presented at the Conference = PP-1
ALTERNATIVES JOURNAL
  Climate Control : Special issue investigates opportunities for cutting greenhouse gas emissions = AJ-1
DELEGATE LIST
  List of participants at time of printing = DL-1

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