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The Psychology of Effective Climate Change Communication: A Discourse Analysis
The goal of this study is to understand the importance of the psychology of public engagement in climate change communication. There is currently a disconnect between the certainty of the science of climate change and the ...
Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Reflections on the Sustainable Forestry Narratives of France
Sustainability is often accused of being a modern buzzword, an accusation that masks the significance of the concept in human culture. Using environmental hermeneutics, this paper explores the origins and varieties of ...
Leading Change: Student Engagement in Sustainability Leadership
Why do students engage in Sustainability Leadership (SL)? To answer this research question, an exploratory study using mixed methodology was conducted. For the purposes of this study, SL was defined as inspiring, supporting, ...
“We Should Never Be a Hindsight”: Food Justice in North End Halifax (K’jipuktuk)
North End Halifax is often informally referred to as a “food desert,” meaning an area with limited access to healthy and affordable food. This study examines food insecurity in North End Halifax as an environmental justice ...