On the Use of Imagery for Climate Change Engagement
This article answers calls from scholars to attend to a research gap concerning the visual representation of climate change. We present results from three Q-methodology workshops held in Melbourne (Australia), Norwich (UK) and Boulder (USA) investigating
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|Source:||Global Environmental Change: Part A - Human and Policy Dimensions|
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