Popular Climate Science and Painless Consumer Choices

@article{KatzKimchi2014PopularCS,
  title={Popular Climate Science and Painless Consumer Choices},
  author={Merav Katz-Kimchi and Lucy Atkinson},
  journal={Science Communication},
  year={2014},
  volume={36},
  pages={754 - 777}
}
Using critical discourse analysis, we examine the communicative potential of science centers to engage the public in climate change science. Drawing on a theoretical framework combining climate change engagement and communication, science centers as sites of engagement and communication, ecological citizenship, and insights from social cognitive theory, our analysis shows that along with popularizing climate science and making it accessible to the general public, the Hot Pink Flamingos exhibit… 
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