Environmental Communication-A Journal of Nature and Culture

(The median citation count of Environmental Communication-A Journal of Nature and Culture is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Making Meat, Better: The Metaphors of Plant-Based and Cell-Based Meat Innovation55
An Inconvenient Joke? A Review of Humor in Climate Change Communication33
Did the Blue Planet set the Agenda for Plastic Pollution? An Explorative Study on the Influence of a Documentary on the Public, Media and Political Agendas31
Environmental Literature as Persuasion: An Experimental Test of the Effects of Reading Climate Fiction30
Animal Agriculture and Climate Change in the US and UK Elite Media: Volume, Responsibilities, Causes and Solutions29
Engaging People on Climate Change: The Role of Emotional Responses29
Of Society, Nature, and Health: How Perceptions of Specific Risks and Benefits of Genetically Engineered Foods Shape Public Rejection27
The Mobilizing Power of Influencers for Pro-Environmental Behavior Intentions and Political Participation26
A Research Agenda for Climate Change Communication and Public Opinion: The Role of Scientific Consensus Messaging and Beyond22
#fighteverycrisis: Pandemic Shifts in Fridays for Future’s Protest Communication Frames21
Stimulating Sustainable Food Choices Using Virtual Reality: Taking an Environmental vs Health Communication Perspective on Enhancing Response Efficacy Beliefs21
Changing the World One Meme at a Time: The Effects of Climate Change Memes on Civic Engagement Intentions21
Societal Debates About Emerging Genetic Technologies: Toward a Science of Public Engagement19
Individualism, Structuralism, and Climate Change19
Food for Thought: Investigating Communication Strategies to Counteract Moral Disengagement Regarding Meat Consumption19
Mapping the Field of Climate Change Communication 1993–2018: Geographically Biased, Theoretically Narrow, and Methodologically Limited19
Competing Crises? Media Coverage and Framing of Climate Change During the COVID-19 Pandemic19
#sustainablefashion – A Conceptual Framework for Sustainable Fashion Discourse on Twitter18
China’s Pathway to Climate Sustainability: A Diachronic Framing Analysis of People’s Daily’s Coverage of Climate Change (1995–2018)18
Critical, Engaged and Change-oriented Scholarship in Environmental Communication. Six Methodological Dilemmas to Think With18
Place-based Climate Change Communication and Engagement in Canada’s Provincial North: Lessons Learned from Climate Champions18
Pro-Environmental Behavior Predicted by Media Exposure, SNS Involvement, and Cognitive and Normative Factors18
How COVID-19 Displaced Climate Change: Mediated Climate Change Activism and Issue Attention in the Swiss Media and Online Sphere17
Green Light for Climate-friendly Food Transitions? Communicating Legal Innovation Increases Consumer Support for Meat Curtailment Policies15
Science, God, and Nature: A Textual and Frequency Analysis of Facebook Comments on News Articles About Agricultural and Environmental Gene Editing15
Centering Culture in Public Engagement on Climate Change14
Is This Safe? Addressing Societal Concerns About CRISPR-Edited Foods Without Reinforcing GMO Framing14
Getting their Voice Heard: Chinese Environmental NGO’s Weibo Activity and Information Sharing14
#PlasticFreeJuly – Analyzing a Worldwide Campaign to Reduce Single-use Plastic Consumption with Twitter14
Open Questions in Scientific Consensus Messaging Research14
The Role of Scientific Source Credibility and Goodwill in Public Skepticism Toward GM Foods13
A Call to Arms for Climate Change? How Military Service Member Concern About Climate Change Can Inform Effective Climate Communication13
Climate Change Consensus Messages Cause Reactance13
Increasing Advertising Literacy to Unveil Disinformation in Green Advertising13
Who Sets the Agenda? the Dynamic Agenda Setting of the Wildlife Issue on Social Media13
“We are a Bit Blind About it”: A Qualitative Analysis of Climate Change-Related Perceptions and Communication Across South African Communities12
The Effect of Consumer Concern for the Environment, Self-Regulatory Focus and Message Framing on Green Advertising Effectiveness: An Eye Tracking Study11
Ecological Civilization: A Blindspot in Global Media Coverage of China’s Environmental Governance11
Effects of Conspiracy Rhetoric on Views About the Consequences of Climate Change and Support for Direct Carbon Capture11
A Qualitative Exploration of Individual Experiences of Environmental Virtual Reality Through the Lens of Psychological Distance11
Refining the Application of Construal Level Theory: Egocentric and Nonegocentric Psychological Distances in Climate Change Visual Communication11
Persistence of Scepticism in Media Reporting on Climate Change: The Case of British Newspapers11
Building Consensus? The Production of a Water Conservation Discourse Through Twitter: The Water use it Wisely Campaign in Arizona11
Echo Chamber Effects in the Climate Change Blogosphere10
How Solutions Journalism Shapes Support for Collective Climate Change Adaptation10
Agenda-Setting Effects of Climate Change Litigation: Interrelations Across Issue Levels, Media, and Politics in the Case of Urgenda Against the Dutch Government10
Sustainability in CSR Messages on Social Media: How Emotional Framing and Efficacy Affect Emotional Response, Memory and Persuasion10
What is Public Engagement and How Does it Help to Address Climate Change? A Review of Climate Communication Research9
The Six Australias: Concern About Climate Change (and Global Warming) is Rising9
The Importance of Influencer-Message Congruence When Employing Greenfluencers to Promote Pro-Environmental Behavior9
Motivating Children to Become Green Kids: The Role of Victim Framing, Moral Emotions, and Responsibility on Children’s Pro-Environmental Behavioral Intent9
Effects of Responsibility Appeals for Pro-Environmental Ads: When Do They Empower or Generate Reactance?8
More Plastic than Fish: Partisan Responses to an Advocacy Video Opposing Single-Use Plastics8
News Media Framing of Grassroots Innovations in Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden8
Gene Editing Communication Must Center Marginalized Communities7
“We’re Going Under”: The Role of Local News Media in Dislocating Climate Change Adaptation7
Protective Behaviors Against Particulate Air Pollution: Self-construal, Risk Perception, and Direct Experience in the Theory of Planned Behavior7
Countering Identity-protective Responses to Climate Change Data7
Global Climate Change or National Climate Changes? An Analysis of the Performance of Online Issue Publics in Integrating Global Issues7
Gene-Edited Foods and the Public: The First Representative Survey Study of the United States7
Narrative Risk Communication as a Lingua Franca for Environmental Hazard Preparation7
Media Framing of Climate Change Action in Carbon Locked-in Developing Countries: Adaptation or Mitigation?7
Framing the Anthropocene as Influence or Impact: The Importance of Interdisciplinary Contributions to Stratigraphic Classification7
Framing the Circular Bioeconomy in Ireland’s Broadsheet Media, 2004–20197
Framing Messages on the Economic Impact of Climate Change Policies: Effects on Climate Believers and Climate Skeptics7
Constructing the Millennial “Other” in United States Press Coverage of the Green New Deal7
Measuring Americans’ Support for Adapting to ‘Climate Change’ or ‘Extreme Weather’7
Media Diets of Vegetarians. How News Consumption, Social Media Use and Communicating with One’s Social Environment are Associated with a Vegetarian Diet6
#Greenfluencing. The Impact of Parasocial Relationships with Social Media Influencers on Advertising Effectiveness and Followers’ Pro-environmental Intentions6
Plastics in Mass Media. A Content Analysis of German Media Coverage of Plastic-Associated Risks and Sustainable Alternatives to Plastics6
Improving GM Consensus Acceptance Through Reduced Reactance and Climate Change-based Message Targeting6
Categorizing Professionals’ Perspectives on Environmental Communication with Implications for Graduate Education6
Predictors of Environmental Policy Support: The Case of Inland Aquaculture in Wisconsin6
Does 360-degree Video Enhance Engagement with Global Warming?: The Mediating Role of Spatial Presence and Emotions6
Climate Change Consensus Messages May Cause Reactance in Conservatives, But There is No Meta-Analytic Evidence That They Backfire6
Discussion of Climate Change on Reddit: Polarized Discourse or Deliberative Debate?6
Thunberg’s Way in the Climate Debate: Making Sense of Climate Action and Actors, Constructing Environmental Citizenship6
Understanding Public Willingness to Pay More for Plant-based Meat: Environmental and Health Consciousness as Precursors to the Influence of Presumed Media Influence Model6
The Moderating Role of Descriptive Norms on Construal-Level Fit: An Examination in the Context of “Less Plastic” Campaigns6
Targeted Change: Using Behavioral Segmentation to Identify and Understand Plastic Consumers and How They Respond to Media Communications6
An Examination of Expertise, Caring and Salient Value Similarity as Source Factors that Garner Support for Advocated Climate Policies6
Cripping Environmental Communication: A Review of Eco-Ableism, Eco-Normativity, and Climate Justice Futurities5
A Sea Change for Climate Refugees in the South Pacific: How Social Media – Not Journalism – Tells Their Real Story5
Mining the Media: How Community Radio Breaks Through Extractivist Discourse Articulations in a Context of Disaster and Socio-environmental Conflicts5
Too Close to Care? A Replication Study to Re-examine the Effect of Cued Distance on Climate Change Engagement.5
Delineating Antecedents and Outcomes of Information Seeking Upon Exposure to an Environmental Video Opposing Single-Use Plastics5
Framing Waste Classification among Chinese Young People: The Moderating Effect of Consideration of Future Consequences5
12 Years Left: How a Climate Change Action Deadline Influences Perceptions and Engagement5
Incendiary Humor: Climate Change, Biodiversity, and Politics in Wildfire Cartoons5
Beliefs and Networks: Mapping the Indian Climate Policy Discourse Surrounding the Paris Climate Change Conference in 20155
The Corrupted Scientist Archetype and Its Implications for Climate Change Communication and Public Perceptions of Science5
We Are (Not) the Virus: Competing Online Discourses of Human-Environment Interaction in the Era of COVID-195
Eyeing CRISPR on Wikipedia: Using Eye Tracking to Assess What Lay Audiences Look for to Learn about CRISPR and Genetic Engineering5
The Role of Trust in Communicating Scientific Consensus and the Environmental Benefits of Genetically Engineered Crops: Experimental Evidence of a Backfire Effect5
What Adaptation Stories are UK Newspapers Telling? A Narrative Analysis5
Environmentally Sound Agriculture Between Transformation and Conformation: The Changing Portrayal of the Growing Organic Farming Movement in Austria's Newspaper Coverage5
Construing Climate Change: Psychological Distance, Individual Difference, and Construal Level of Climate Change5
COVID-19 as a Framing Device for Environmental Protest: The ECOSYSTEM HEALTH Metaphor5
The Swedish Media Debate on GMO Between 1994 and 2018: What Attention was Given to Farmers’ Perspectives?5
Young Adults’ Reactions and Engagement with Short-form Videos on Sea Level Rise5
Are You Threatening Me? Identity Threat, Resistance to Persuasion, and Boomerang Effects in Environmental Communication5
Energy Humanities: Insights for Environmental Communication4
Food System Innovations, Science Communication, and Deficit Model 2.0: Implications for Cellular Agriculture4
Discursive Strategies for Climate Change Reporting: A Case Study of The Mercury News4
The Rise of the Fourth Estate: The Media, Environmental Policy, and the Fight against Illegal Mining in Ghana4
The Fabric of the Public in Debates About Gene Editing4
Transnational Problems and National Fields of Journalism: Comparing Content Diversity in U.S. and U.K. News Coverage of the Paris Climate Agreement4
The Loop Trail “Quest”: Use of a Choice-based Digital Simulation, An Interactive Video, and a Booklet to Communicate and Analyze Decision-making of Park Visitors4
Communicating Climate Change to a Local but Diverse Audience: On the Positive Impact of Locality Framing4
Adding Dynamic Norm to Environmental Information in Messages Promoting the Reduction of Meat Consumption4
What Do Extreme Weather Events Say About Climate Change? Comparing Politicization and Climate Policy in U.S. Wildfire and Hurricane News Coverage4
Beyond Individualized Responsibility Attributions? How Eco Influencers Communicate Sustainability on TikTok4
Risk Here vs. Risk There: Intention to Seek Information About Gulf Coastal Erosion4
Disaster Militarism and Indigenous Responses to Super Typhoon Yutu in the Mariana Islands4
Can the Public Express Their Views or Say No Through Public Engagement?4
Media Discourse on Sustainable Consumption in Europe3
Unveiling High Mountain Communities’ Perception of Climate Change Impact on Lives and Livelihoods in Gilgit-Baltistan: Evidence from People-Centric Approach3
Troubled Waters in New Zealand3
Major Media Outlets and Climate Change Action: Comparing US Media Coverage of the Green New Deal3
The Impact of Message Valence on Climate Change Attitudes: A Longitudinal Experiment3
Are “Climate Deniers” Rational Actors? Applying Weberian Rationalities to Advance Climate Policymaking3
Promoting Behaviors to Mitigate the Effects of Climate Change: Using the Extended Parallel Process Model at the Personal and Collective Level in China3
Fish Prisons and Bluehouses: Perceived Risks and Benefits of Land-based Aquaculture in Four US Communities3
Fight or Flight: How Advertising for Air Travel Triggers Moral Disengagement3
Anti-Incineration Mobilization on WeChat: Evidence from 12 WeChat Subscription Accounts3
Solidarity Versus Security: Exploring Perspectives on Climate Induced Migration in UN and EU Policy3
Storylines of Geoengineering in the Australian Media: An Analysis of Online Coverage 2006–20183
Using Trusted Intermediaries to Communicate Environmental Issues Across Security Forces3
Elite Company: Sourcing Trends in 2014–2017 Prestige Press Climate Change Editorials3
Mobilizing the Public in Saving the Bonneville Salt Flats: Understanding Blame as a Psychological Construct3
From Fake News to Echo-Chambers: On The Limitations of New Media for Environmental Activism in Australia, and “Activist-Responsive Adaptation”3
Earthquake Country: A Qualitative Analysis of Risk Communication via Facebook3
Connective Action, Digital Engagement and Network-Building: A Year in the Life of Canadian Climate Facebook3
A Review of CLT-based Empirical Research on Climate Change Communication from 2010 to 20213
“Meat” Me in the Middle: The Potential of a Social Norm Feedback Intervention in the Context of Meat Consumption – A Conceptual Replication2
Predicting the Intention of Sustainable Commuting among Chinese Commuters: The Role of Media and Morality2
Decolonizing Oak Flat: Apache Stronghold’s Place-based, Temporal, and Mnemonic Dissensus at Public Hearings2
Contesting Coal, Contesting Climate: Materializing the Social Drama of Climate Change in Australia and Germany2
Experiencing Climate Change Virtually: The Effects of Virtual Reality on Climate Change Related Cognitions, Emotions, and Behavior2
Communicating Agriculture AI Technologies: How American Agricultural Producers’ Perception of Trustworthiness, Risk Perception, and Emotion Affect Their Likelihood of Adopting Artificial Intelligence 2
From Virtual Trees to Real Forests: The Impact of Gamification Affordances on Green Consumption Behaviors in Ant Forest2
State Messaging on Toxic Chemical Exposure: Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances and the Individualization of Risk on State Websites in the United States2
“Take Extinction off Your Plate”: How International Environmental Campaigns Connect Food, Farming, and Fishing to Wildlife Extinction2
Hydropower in the News: how Journalists do (not) Cover the Environmental and Socioeconomic Costs of Dams in Brazil2
Media and Social Norms: Exploring the Relationship between Media and Plastic Avoidance Social Norms2
The Communication of Value Judgements and its Effects on Climate Scientists’ Perceived Trustworthiness2
Communicating the Future of Energy Use: Qualitative Insights into the Efforts of Environmental Groups in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore2
Frack-Off: Social Media Fights Against Fracking in Argentina2
The Role of Late-Night Infotainment Comedy in Communicating Climate Change Consensus2
“This is Part of Everything that is Wrong with the World” – A Comparative Analysis of Sustainability Framing in Social Media Discussions About Food in Five Countries2
Choose Your Own Emotion: Predictors of Selective Exposure to Emotion-Inducing Climate Messages2
Media Issue Crystallization: The Case of Microplastic in Denmark2
Consumer Willingness to Pay for Sustainable Products2
An Experimental Test of the Effects of Hurricane News about Human Behavior on Climate-Related Attitudes2
COVID-19 Pandemic as an Opportunity or Challenge: Applying Psychological Distance Theory and the Co-Benefit Frame to Promote Public Support for Climate Change Mitigation on Social Media2
From Risk to Legislative Innovation: The Trajectory of Marine Submersion Through the French Media2
Synecdoche and Battles Over the Meaning of “Fracking”2
Feed for Thought: Factors Predicting Public Support for Funding and Labeling Preferences of Alternative Aquafeed2
The Place of the Teacher: Environmental Communication and Transportive Pedagogy2
Enhancing Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach Through Values-framed Messages2
How environment-focused communities discuss COVID-19 online: an analysis of social (risk) amplification and ripple effects on Reddit2
Effects of Competing Statistical and Testimonial Evidence in Debates About Science2
Green Criminology and Rhetoric of Public Opinion: Online Commenting on Gas Rigs Near Israel's Coast2
Water Wars: A “Critical Listening In” to Rural Radio Discourse on a River System in Trouble2
“Even I am a Part of Nature”: Unraveling the Human/Nature Binary to Enable Systems Change2
Transcorporeal Identification and Strategic Essentialism in Eco-Horror: mother!’s Ecofeminist Rhetorical Strategies2