This project aims to bridge the divide between science and the humanities by firmly putting climate change on the humanities agenda. The annotated bibliography explores the intersections between humanities and the sciences and contribute to theoretical debates about how nature is understood, represented, and communicated. Interviews will be conducted with media professionals (film-makers, authors, journalists) to canvas their views on climate change communication.
|Commissioning body||University of Queensland|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|