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Matthew C. Nisbet

Associate Professor, American University
Matthew C. Nisbet, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Communication at American University, Washington, D.C.  You can read more about Nisbet’s research on communication, advocacy and environmental politics at The Climate Shift Project web site.  Also check out his blog The Public Square at The Breakthrough Institute.

Contributions

Twitter
  • Climate change and conflict will test the boundaries of this massive freshwater resource https://t.co/SViXv2UeJLhttps://t.co/ZOEiEEPFwT
  • RT @JohnGJung1: Megacities Alert! Seven cities on five continents shed light on how we might maximize the benefits and minimize the… https://t.co/QDFeNWB7Fw
  • RT @AngelaTheSwan: With storms intensifying and oceans on the rise, Boston weighs strategies for staying dry https://t.co/wzjmMYehXL via @ensiamedia
  • RT @theowlinthewood: "To some extent, the fate of the the Great Lakes in the end may be linked to the whim and fury of a natural world t… https://t.co/DrhDtJmuUE
  • RT @Ecocommunity_: Paris is building the eco-community of the future right now. Here’s how. https://t.co/MTrRPiYNqb via @ensiamedia
  • RT @bevjoy: OPINION: It’s time to untame the mighty Mississippi River and stop wasting millions of dollars of sediment each yea… https://t.co/WuhIzvRrsS
  • RT @mkhoff: As the world grows thirstier, are the #GreatLakes safe? A look at how well an interstate compact to limit withdraw… https://t.co/d0bils1gIA
  • RT @wiscontext: A decade after its signing, it's a timely opportunity to consider whether the Great Lakes Compact is working as int… https://t.co/gHZSSpAkK0
  • RT @mkhoff: This gives me hope! Let’s follow New Zealand’s lead and make people and nature as important as GDP… https://t.co/YjvvzmY70s
  • How Will The Great Lakes Compact Hold Up In A Thirsty World? https://t.co/SViXv2UeJL

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