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Launch of the International Environmental Communication Association

The International Environmental Communication Association (IECA-provisional name) is a newly formed network of environmental communication professionals and supporters. Our launch web site can be found at We sponsor the professional journal Environmental Communication : A Journal of Nature and Culture (, the biennial Conference on (...)
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Nordic Network for the Study of the Dialogic Communication of Research

Research/society relations in contemporary societies have undergone what can be dubbed a “dialogic turn”, with researchers in universities and other research institutions being called upon to produce socially relevant knowledge and further social innovation in dialogue with different social actors and their perspectives. The network takes its starting-point in a recognition of the centrality of (...)
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Society of Environmental Journalists

The Society of Environmental Journalists is the only North-American membership association of professional journalists dedicated to more and better coverage of environment-related issues. SEJ’s mission is to increase public understanding of environmental issues by improving the quality, accuracy and visibility of environmental news reporting. We envision an informed society through (...)
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Web site of the European Forum on Science Journalism

How to strengthen science coverage in the European press ? How to convince editors to run science stories ? How to assess the trustworthiness of scientific research ? How to explain science in an understandable fashion ? How to stimulate public interest in science news ? These are among the key questions addressed at the first European Forum on Science Journalism, taking place in (...)
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Association of British Science Writers

The ABSW exists to help those who write about science and technology, and to improve the standard of science journalism in the UK. The association’s members include print and broadcast journalists, authors, scriptwriters and producers, and others active in the field of communicating science and technology. Through briefings with prominent scientists and policymakers, facility visits, debates (...)
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The Society for Social Studies of Science (4S)

The Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) is a nonprofit, professional association. It was founded in 1975 and now has an international membership of over 1200. The main purpose of 4S is to bring together those interested in understanding science, technology, and medicine, including the way they develop and interact with their social contexts. Visit the website : (...)
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