Monthly Archives: September 2015

Photojournalism as a Vehicle for Public Engagement with Climate Change

The power of photographs to engage the public with multifaceted, complex issues of global scope such as war, hunger, and terrorism has been widely discussed and researched by media and social studies. However, all too often images accompanying "environmental" stories in the news are chosen according to worn out stereotypes of nature, whereby the image…
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Public Health, Energy and Climate Change: A Maryland Statewide Survey, Fall 2015

For the past three years, we have been asking Maryland residents questions about their understanding of the effects of energy choices and climate change on their health and that of their communities. Marylanders recognize environmental risks to their health, including air pollution and climate change, and want the General Assembly and Governor to prioritize reducing…
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