Vol 23, No 1 (2017)

Climate change in Asia-Pacific

Editors: David Robie, Chris Nash and Shailendra Singh

Given that climate change is arguably the greatest threat facing the planet and where the impact will be particularly strong in the Asia-Pacific region, especially for the microstates of the Pacific, what is the role of the media and media education in the region? This edition of PJR - the first major volume of Asia-Pacific climate change media research - addresses these issues, and the editorial features the legacy of more than 25 years of the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism (ACIJ) investigations in climate change and social justice.

Frontline editor: Wendy Bacon
Associate editor and reviews editor: Philip Cass
Design editor: Del Abcede
Proof reader: Linnéa Eltes
Cartoons: Malcolm Evans
Cover: Pamela Valenzuela
Tuwhera OJS online support: Luqman Hayes and Donna Coventry
Print edition: Little Island Press

Table of Contents

Editorial

Wendy Bacon, Chris Nash
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7-13

Commentaries

Robert A Hackett
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14-24
Wesley Morgan
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25-31
Crispin Maslog
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32-42
Phil Vine
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43-54
Ulrich Weissbach
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55-64

Articles

Usha Sundar Harris
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65-79
Hermin Indah Wahyuni
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80-95
Binh Duong Pham, Chris Nash
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96-111
Aaron Inamara, Verena Thomas
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113-132
Jason Titifanue, Romitesh Kant, Glen Finau, Jope Tarai
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133-149
Guy Hamilton Healy, Paul Williams
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150-168
Sarika Chand
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169-185

Frontline

David Robie, Sarika Chand
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186-205

Articles (Unthemed)

Joseph M Fernandez
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207-224
Jean M Allen, Toni Bruce
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225-244
Chang Sup Park
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245-262

Reviews

Kayt Davies
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263-265
Philip Leslie Cass
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266-268
David Robie
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269-271
Alan Cocker
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272-273
Philip Leslie Cass
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274-275
David Robie
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276-277
Kendall Louise Hutt
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277-279
Lynne A Trenwith
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279-280
Philip Leslie Cass
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280-282