How do Canadian media report climate change impacts on health? A newspaper review

@article{King2019HowDC,
  title={How do Canadian media report climate change impacts on health? A newspaper review},
  author={Nia King and Katherine E. Bishop-Williams and Sabrina Beauchamp and James D. Ford and Lea Berrang-Ford and Ashlee Cunsolo and Ihacc Research Team and Sherilee L Harper},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={2019},
  volume={152},
  pages={581-596}
}
Research on climate change media coverage is growing. Few studies, however, have investigated how the media portrays climate change impacts on human health. This review, therefore, presents a quantitative spatiotemporal analysis of Canadian newspaper coverage of climate change impacts on health between 2005 and 2015. Using the ProQuest® and Eureka® databases, a multiphase systematic review strategy was employed to identify relevant English and French articles from two national and six regional… CONTINUE READING

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