Monthly Archives: November 2012

Module 3 Major Blog – Wikipedia It…

Living in the information society shows us that access has taken on a whole new meaning. Information is circulating at faster speeds than we can imagine. Someone on Twitter posted that an actor from Two and a Half Men ┬áhad … Continue reading

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4P18: The Finish Line

So here I am, on the eve of my last environmental class. I have to say that I wasn’t overly thrilled about the content of the class because research and the environment are not something I am passionate about. But … Continue reading

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4P18: The future of Environmental Communication

What is the future of environmental communication? This question is extremely daunting to me. I don’t know the answer to it! In fact I don’t know the answers to many questions about the environment. But what I can say, is … Continue reading

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4P18: The Shape of Environmental Communication

Today we took a look at ways we engage with environmental communication and it just so happened that an extreme weather warning was taking place that week. Hurricane Sandy was a brewing and there was a lot of coverage surrounding … Continue reading

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Module 3; Minor Blog – Life in the Information Age

A common question being asked this week is, ‘What do we mean when we say that we are living in the information age?’ This term is used quite often, and is sometimes replaced with digital, or technological, but all of … Continue reading

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4P18: Environmental Advocacy

My immediate response to the words environmental advocacy is: Green Peace. I don’t even know what they really do, or who ‘they’ are but they are words I often throw around when discussing this kind of topic. To me, they … Continue reading

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