Communicating Climate Change and Energy Security: New by Greg Philo
By Greg Philo
This publication, drawing on new study carried out for the united kingdom strength source Centre (UKERC), examines the modern public debate on weather switch and the associated factor of power protection. It analyses the main procedures which have an effect on the formation of public attitudes and realizing in those parts, whereas additionally constructing a totally new process for analysing those techniques. The authors tackle primary questions on find out how to effectively tell the general public and advance coverage in components of significant social value whilst public mistrust of politicians is so common. the hot tools of attitudinal examine pioneered the following mixed with the eye to weather switch have software and resonance past the united kingdom and certainly hold worldwide import.
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However even where there are changes in belief in relation to climate change and an increase in levels of concern, these do not always result in behavioural change, and it is to this that we now turn. e. people grapple mentally with and gain understanding of the issue; experience an emotional response, such as interest, concern, or worry; and actively respond by way of changes in climate-relevant behavior or political action’. (Moser and Dilling 2011, p. 162) This concept of engagement requires some level of association between people’s attitudes—how people feel about things in response to information about those things—and their subsequent behaviour.
6 This media ‘bad faith model of politics’, it has been argued, presents a distorted view of political reality that has negative implications for democracy (Flinders 2012), especially so if it were to involve the rejection of all politicians in all circumstances. On the other hand, given the very high profile of unacceptable actions by some politicians, such as cash for questions, the furor over MP’s expenses and the discarding of key manifesto commitments in the formation of the UK coalition government after the 2010 election then the low public view of these cannot all be blamed on media reporting.
Perhaps more significantly, this development has been accompanied by an increase in the number of people expressing uncertainty about the reality of human influence on the climate (Pew Research 2009; BBC 2010; Whitmarsh 2011; Pidgeon and Fischhoff 2011). There is also a widespread sense that the potential impact has been exaggerated (Whitmarsh 2011), although notably only one in ten are thought to fully reject the notion of anthropogenic climate change (Upham et al. 2009). This is not to say that the public no longer cares about climate change (Spence et al.