Indian media representations of climate change in a threatened journalistic ecosystem

@article{Boykoff2010IndianMR,
  title={Indian media representations of climate change in a threatened journalistic ecosystem},
  author={Max Boykoff},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={2010},
  volume={99},
  pages={17-25}
}
As 2010 unfolds, environmental journalism around the world is fraught with capacity challenges to collectively cover complex and dynamic stories at the human– environment interface. Recent years have seen significant reductions in journalistic ecosystem services. Examples abound: CNN slashed their entire science, technology, and environment reporting unit; the Seattle Post-Intelligencer discontinued their print run; the Los Angeles Times had cut their newsroom staff in half in the last dozen… CONTINUE READING
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