Boykoff, M., 2020. Digital cultures and climate change: ‘Here and now’. Journal of Environmental Media 1 (1) 21-25, doi: 10.1386/jem_00003_1, January.


We are living through momentous times as we confront issues surrounding digital cultures and communications about climate change. There is urgency derived from our recognition that climate change is ‘here and now’. Inequalities of power and access – in both digital cultures and in a changing climate – disadvantage indi- viduals and communities who seek to take actions in the face of climate threats. Via digital cultures, creativity is expanding rather than retracting from the challenge of meeting people where they are on climate change in the twenty-first century. Amid signs of progress and hope, there is much more work to be done.


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