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Matt Nisbet, Ph.D

An assistant professor in American University’s School of Communication and a Health Policy Investigator for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Nisbet’s current research on climate change communication is just one example of his contribution to policy-making debate. With roles on the editorial boards for the International Journal of Press/Politics and Science Communication, as well as over two dozen journal articles and book chapter publications, Nisbet is a knowledgeable and sought-after source on issues surrounding science, the environment and public health.

 
Article Links:
Communicating Climate Change: Why Frames Matter for Public Engagement (Environment Magazine)
The Polls—Trends; Twenty Years of Public Opinion about Global Warming (Public Opinion Quarterly)