Cosmopolitan Relational Loops of Interconnectivity
Climate change can no longer be considered as just an ‘issue’ but it is today an increasingly politicized globally interdependent crisis. Within this spectrum, climate change journalism—or, we argue, ‘risk journalism’—has new responsibilities to communicate the interdependence of globalized crisis dimensions within a world community.
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