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Building connections – a new way to boost engagement with climate change communication?

A SciCommBites Feature

Earth Day 2022 Feature

As previously shared on the Scicommbites platform, Megan Widdows covers a research article that takes a new approach to increasing engagement with climate change research. 

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Paper Information:

Title: The Effects of Establishing Intimacy and Consubstantiality on Group Discussions About Climate Change Solutions

Author(s) and Year: Emma Frances Bloomfield, Lyn M. Van Swol, Chen-Ting Chang, Stephanie Willes, and Paul Hangsan Ahn. (2020)

Journal: Science Communication , Vol. 42(3) 369–394


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