|aIntroduction: tree-sitting in the network society / Brett Hutchins and Libby Lester -- Environmental conflict in a global, media age: beyond dualisms / Simon Cottle -- "Old" and "new" technologies. Campaigning journalism: the early press, environmental advocacy and national parks / Michael Meadows and Robert Thomson -- Affecting environments: mobilizing emotion and Twitter in the UK Save Our Forests campaign / Alex Lockwood -- Clear cuts on clearcutting: YouTube, activist videos and narrative strategies / Catherine Collins -- Photography, technology and ecological criticism: beyond the sublime image of disaster / Daniel Palmer -- Activism and campaigns. Not so soft? travel journalism, environmental protest, power and the Internet / Lyn McGaurr -- Contesting extractivism: media and environmental citizenship in Latin America / Silvio Waisbord -- Online media, flak and local environmental politics / Kitty van Vuuren -- Celebrity, environmentalism and conservation / Dan Brockington -- Dodgy science or global necessity? Local media reporting of marine parks / Michelle Voyer, TanjaDreher, William Gladstone and Heather Goodall -- Comunicating crises. Greening wildlife documentary / Morgan Richards -- Whither the "moral imperative": the focus and framing of political rhetoric in the climate change debate in Australia / Myra Gurney -- As Fukushima unfolds: media meltdown and public empowerment / Kumi Kato -- Public communication, environmental crises and nuclear disasters: a comparative approach / Clio Kenterelidou -- Contested claims. Climate change, media convergence and public uncertainty / Robert Cox -- "That sinking feeling": climate change, journalism and small island states / Chris Nash and Wendy Bacon -- "Skeptics" and "believers": the anti-elite rhetoric of climate change skepticism in the media / Alanna Myers -- Media, civil society and the rise of a green public sphere in China / Guobin Yang and Craig Calhoun -- Afterword / Senator Christine Milne, Leader of the Australian Greens.