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Contents: Michael Meadows/Robert Thomson: Campaigning Journalism: The Early Press, Environmental Advocacy and National Parks - Alex Lockwood: Affecting Environments: Mobilizing Emotion and Twitter in the UK Save Our Forests Campaign - Catherine Collins: Clear Cuts on Clearcutting: YouTube, Activist Videos and Narrative Strategies - Daniel Palmer: Photography, Technology, and Ecological Criticism: Beyond the Sublime Image of Disaster - Lyn McGaurr: Not So Soft? Travel Journalism, Environmental Protest, Power and the Internet - Silvio Waisbord: Contesting Extractivism: Media and Environmental Citizenship in Latin America - Kitty van Vuuren: Online Media, Flak and Local Environmental Politics - Dan Brockington: Celebrity, Environmentalism and Conservation - Michelle Voyer/Tanja Dreher/William Gladstone/Heather Goodall: Dodgy Science or Global Necessity? Local Media Reporting of Marine Parks - Morgan Richards: Greening Wildlife Documentary - Myra Gurney: Whither the "Moral Imperative"? The Focus and Framing of Political Rhetoric in the Climate Change Debate in Australia - Kumi Kato: As Fukushima Unfolds: Media Meltdown and Public Empowerment - Clio Kenterelidou: Public Communication, Environmental Crises and Nuclear Disasters: A Comparative Approach - Robert Cox: Climate Change, Media Convergence and Public Uncertainty - Chris Nash/Wendy Bacon: "That Sinking Feeling": Climate Change, Journalism and Small Island States - Alanna Myers: "Skeptics" and "Believers": The Anti-Elite Rhetoric of Climate Change Skepticism in the Media - Guobin Yang/Craig Calhoun: Media, Civil Society and the Rise of a Green Public Sphere in China.
Libby Lester (PhD, University of Melbourne) is Professor of Journalism, Media and Communications at the University of Tasmania. She is the author of Media and Environment: Conflict, Politics and the News (2010) and co-editor with Simon Cottle of Transnational Protests and the Media (Peter Lang, 2011). Her research has appeared in Media, Culture & Society, International Journal of Communication, Journalism, Journalism Studies and Media International Australia. She has also worked as a journalist for leading Australian newspapers and magazines. Brett Hutchins (PhD, University of Queensland) is Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Research Unit in Media Studies at Monash University. His most recent articles appear in Media, Culture & Society, Information, Communication & Society, International Journal of Communication and Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism. His books include Sport Beyond Television: The Internet, Digital Media and the Rise of Networked Media Sport (2012).