Media and the environment
Should environmental reporting offer advocacy or objectivity? How can the media explain complex issues of science and technology without oversimplifying? Does the prevailing definition of "news" limit the media's ability to report on the environment?Media and the Environmentis the first book to explore these and other questions about how the media cover the environment.
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