1. Introduction: Why Narratives Matter in Climate Change Communication .- 2. Climate Change Communication Studies: Inquiries into Beliefs, Information and Stories .- 3. How to Understand the Role of Narratives in Environmental Communication: Cultural Narrative Analysis .- 4. Telling the Stories of Climate Change: Structure and Content .- 5. Conclusion: Pitfalls and the Power of Narratives.
Annika Arnold is Senior Researcher at the Center for
Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies (ZIRIUS), Stuttgart
University, Germany. She is an environmental and cultural
sociologist whose research focuses on topics of sustainable
development and environmental communication, largely from a
"This book provides with a clear conceptual diagnosis that helps understanding how the different narratives operate further positive changes in the communicative process. To my end, this represents a valuable endeavor that allows the formulations of concrete policies to avoid panic, indifference or anxiety." (Maximiliano E. Korstanje, Disaster Prevention and Management, Vol. 27 (03), 2018)