In this article from the Yale forum on Climate Change and the Media, Keith Kloor says the environmental community has an obsession with finding the perfect metaphor for communicating environmental and climate issues to the public, but this effort to relate the issues to something familiar or historical backfires when it only leads to debate […]Read more
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October 1, 2011 by Celina Plaza Comments Off
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