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Using Social Media to Elicit a Response to Climate Change in British Columbia

I have mentioned before that, while I haven’t really conducted much research on climate change per se, I’ve taught Environmental Policy and Politics and I have surveyed the climate policy literature, particularly around integrated assessment and adaptation to multiple stressors. My doctoral dissertation actually used both of these bodies of work to build the theoretical and analytical frameworks. Many of my students and colleagues have asked me to do more work on climate policy and this is one of the first attempts I’m doing at trying to merge my research objectives with the social media savvy I’ve accumulated. Comments, as always, very welcome. This presentation is Creative-Commons licensed as Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike.

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