Edited by a leading scholar in the field, this authoritative and timely collection brings together key influential articles in the increasingly important area of environmental communication. The four volume set expertly maps the development of the field and provides a superb reference source for teachers, students and researchers.
As one of the founders of Environmental Communication, Dr. Cox is the best guide imaginable to the growing field. In the magisterial Environmental Communication, a four-volume collection of influential essays, Cox compiles a comprehensive and provocative overview for students and scholars alike. More importantly, this collection provides global citizens a handbook for thinking in our perilous times on a planet awash in myriad environmental crises
What I would have given for these volumes when first beginning research on environmental communication a decade or so ago, or earlier as a journalist trying to make sense of a confusing array of science, sources and political strategy. Ours is a challenging field, voluminous in its scope of interests, methods and theoretical possibilities. Here, two of its genuine leaders provide us with a pathway, choosing texts that highlight key moments in the field’s development and suggest where we might look next.