For our German readers: Grüener Journalismus



Kunelius, R., Eide, E., Tegelberg, M. & Yagodin, D. (eds.) 2017. Media and Global Climate Knowledge: Journalism and the IPCC. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Bilderesultat for Global Climate, Local Journalisms: A Transnational Study of How Media Make Sense of Climate Summits,Eide, E., Kunelius, R. & Kumpu, V. (eds.) 2010. Global Climate, Local Journalisms: A Transnational Study of How Media Make Sense of Climate Summits, Bochum: Projectverlag.c

Klima, medier og politikkEide, E., Elgesem, D., Gloppen, S. & Rakner L. (red.2014) Klima, medier og politikk. Oslo: Abstrakt forlag (Norwegian book on Climate, media and politics)

Media meets climate : the global challenge for journalismEide, E. & Kunelius, R. (eds.) 2012. Media Meets Climate: The Global Challenge for Journalism, Göteborg: Nordicom.


Painter, J. (2019) Climate Change Journalism: Time to Adapt  Four edited collections describe climate change’s unprecedented challenge for journalism worldwide, writes James Painter.

ASAYAMA, S. (2017) Selling stories of techno-optimism? The role of narratives on discursive construction of carbon capture and storage in the Japanese media. In Energy Research & Social Science. Available online 12 June 2017.

Roosvall, A. & Tegelberg, M. 2015. Media and the geographies of climate justice: Indigenous peoples, nature and the geopolitics of climate change. Triple C: Communication, Capitalism, & Critique, 13(1), 39-54.

Asayama, S. & Ishii, A. 2014. Reconstruction of the boundary between climate science and politics: The IPCC in the Japanese mass media, 1988–2007. Public Understanding of Science, 23 (2):189-203.

Moges, Mulatu A. 2013. A Study on How Disaster Issues Reported On the Ethiopian Print Media. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, 3 (4).

Kumpu, V. 2013. A climate for reduction? Futures imagined in newspaper coverage of UN climate summits. Futures, 53, 53-62.

Russell, A. 2013. Innovation in hybrid spaces: 2011 UN Climate Summit and the expanding journalism landscape. Journalism, 14, 904-920.

Roosvall, A. & Tegelberg, M. 2013. Framing climate change and indigenous peoples: Intermediaries of urgency, spirituality and de-nationalization. International Communication Gazette, 75, 392-409.

Eide, E. 2012. Visualizing a global crisis: constructing climate, future and present. Conflict & Communication Online, 11 (2).

Kunelius, R. & Eide, E. 2012. Moment of Hope, Mode of Realism: On the Dynamics of a Transnational Journalistic Field During UN Climate Change Summits. International Journal of Communication, 6, 266–285.

Krøvel, R., Ytterstad, A. & Orgeret, K. S. 2012. Objectivity and Advocacy in Global Warming Journalism: Scientific Knowledge, Local Experiences and Concern among Students in Nicaragua, Nepal and Bangladesh. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 22, 15-28.

Eide, E. & Ytterstad, A. 2011. The Tainted Hero: Frames of Domestication in Norwegian Press Representation of the Bali Climate Summit. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 16, 50-74.

Sampei, Y., & Aoyagi-Usui, M. 2009. Mass-media coverage, its influence on public awareness of climate-change issues, and implications for Japan’s national campaign to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Global Environmental Change, 19(2), 203-212.

Research reports, other reports:

Brüggemann, M (ed. 2016) Media Representation of Climate Change Politics at COP21: the End of the Beginning. Contributions from Eide, Kunelius & Russell

Schäfer, M., Berglez, P., Wessler, H., Eide, E., Nerlich, B. & O’Neill, S. 2016. Investigating mediated climate change communication: A best-practice guide. Jönköping: Jönköping University, School of Education and Communication.

Book chapters:

Roosvall, A. & Tegelberg, M. 2016. Natural Ecology Meets Media Ecology: Indigenous Activists’ Views on Nature and Media. In: Graf, H. (ed.) The Environment in the Age of the Internet: Activists, Communication, and the Digital Landscape. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers.

Russell, Adrienne (2017)“Climate Justice Movement, Hacktivist Sensibilities, and Prototyping Change,” in Graham Meikle, ed. Routledge Companion to Media and Activism, New York: Routledge, forthcoming

Russell, Adrienne (2016) “Similarities and Differences in Sources, Tone and Advocacy,” co-author with Candice Howarth, in Painter, J. et al. Something Old, Something New: Digital Media and the Coverage of Climate Change, Oxford Reuters Institute/I.B. Tauris book series,

Saleh, I. 2014. Narrating Climate Change Crisis: The Press, Social Imaginaries & Harsh Realities in Africa. In: Maxwell, R., Raundalen, J. & Vestberg, N.L. (eds.) Media and the Ecological Crisis. Routledge, pp.161-173.

Tegelberg, M., Yagodin, D. & Russell, A. 2014. #Climatenews: Summit Journalism and Digital Networks. In: Crow, D. A. & Boykoff, M. T. (eds.) Culture, Politics and Climate Change: How Information Shapes our Common Future. Routledge.