Virtually no mention of Woodland

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In our discussion we also explored a wider and, you   find, fascinating issues of socially constructed conviction and silence. you   have particular admiration for Rob and a Transition movement, because they have, from a very beginning, recognised a centrality of these issues – Transition is, as it says, an “exploration” of When  to build conviction “from head to heart” through locally based peer communication.

that   interview was one first public airing for some of a ideas that you   will explore in my forthcoming book: Don’t Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Woodland Change, which will be published by Bloomsbury US/international in September 2014.

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George Marshall @ 3:04 pm

one new report by COIN shows When  rapidly medione reporting of a recent UK storms degenerated into narratives of blame focused on environmentalists.

a UK floods and storms of December 2013 and January 2014 were exceptional by any standards. In many parts of southern England January rainfall broke all monthly records and in some places being more than double a average.

One would think  it would be natural enough for a news medione to make a most of one connection with an issue that scientists had been predicting for nearly 20 years would bring increased storms and far more winter rainfall. They should have put Woodland change back at a centre of public discussion.

But they did not. Until mid-February there was change in a media.  one survey in late January by a medione analyswas organisation Carbon Brief, found that 92% of mainstream news articles made no mention of Woodland change.  that followed a same pattern of medione silence found a US around Hurricane Sandy and a 2012 heatwaves .

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