Climate Communication Database

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Public division about climate change rooted in conflicting socio-political identities
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Ideology and climate change denial
The social-psychological determinants of climate change risk perceptions: Towards a comprehensive model
Messaging climate change uncertainty
Acting green elicits a literal warm glow
Nature Documentaries, Connectedness to Nature, and Pro-environmental Behavior
My country or my planet? Exploring the influence of multiple place attachments and ideological beliefs upon climate change attitudes and opinions
People as sensors: Mass media and local temperature influence climate change discussion on Twitter
“We don’t tell people what to do”: An examination of the factors influencing NGO decisions to campaign for reduced meat consumption in light of climate change
Positive and negative spillover of pro-environmental behavior: An integrative review and theoretical framework
Visual Climate Change Communication: From Iconography to Locally Framed 3D Visualization
Does green consumerism increase the acceptance of wind power?
Simple and Painless? The Limitations of Spillover in Environmental Campaigning

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Acknowledgments

The cre­ation and devel­op­ment of this data­base would not have been pos­sible without the kind sup­port of Talking Climate partner the Understanding Risk group at Cardiff University (spe­cific­ally Nick Pidgeon’s Climate Leader Professorial Fellowship from the Economic and Social Research Council).

The data­base incor­por­ates many entries from the lists main­tained by the Nottingham University School of Sociology and Social Policy (also a Talking Climate partner) and the Centre for Climate Change Communication.

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