Telling one story, or many? An ecolinguistic analysis of climate change stories in UK national newspaper editorials

This article, co-written with one of my Master’s students from King’s College London–Cherry Norton, has been published today in the journal Geoforum. The abstract is reproduced below. Media reporting of climate change plays a key role in shaping public perceptions and influencing climate policy. Scholarly debates about the representation of climate change in the mass […]

Beyond Counting Climate Consensus

This peer-reviewed essay, written with colleagues from the University of Nottingham, has just been published in the journal Environmental Communication, together with an associated press release.  The abstract reads: “Several studies have been using quantified consensus within climate science...