A Direction and Principles for Reshaping the new Zealand Government's Climate Change Communications and Engagement Strategy: Executive Summary

Hannant, Alex
February 2008
Future Times;2008, Vol. 1, p3
The article presents information on a research project New Zealand government's direction and principles in addressing climate change. It is stated that climate change is a global concern requiring immediate collective action where effective communication is critical. A set of interconnected and interdependent principles that inform and direct the development of a national climate change communications and engagement strategy are described.


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