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Communication of Climate Change in the Media




ACCENT online special

October 2006

social science

English & Social Science


Warm words - how climate change is communicated

Climate change is of high relevance for the world. But how does the world get to know about it? A study in the United Kingdom tells us more ... [ more ]


A "non-smoking" campaign

We can get used to habits which are harmful for ourselves and the environment. You know it from smoking cigarettes. Compare this situation to the influence of our habits on climate change and develop a "non-smoking" campaign. [ more ]

Information for teachers

Here you find the link to the ACCENT material corner for downloadable versions and ideas for the integration of this magazine into the English (local language) curriculum. [ more ]




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