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Hidden Heat: Report Published Today

In Climate Change, Uganda on September 27, 2011 at 7:14 am

I’m really pleased to announce that my report on the challenges and opportunities of communicating climate change in Ugandan, ‘Hidden Heat’, is published today by Panos Eastern Africa.

The report is the result of 30 interviews with key climate change communicators in Uganda – from journalists and editors, civil society representatives, policy-makers, researchers, campaigners and scientists.

I would like to thank everyone who took part in the interviews – too many to list here but all identified in the report.

I would also like to thank Panos Eastern Africa – especially Peter Okubal, Lucy Atim and Paul Kimumwe – for their hard work and support in making this research project happen, and Nick Pidgeon (Cardiff University) and his Leverhulme Trust grant for supporting the costs of the project.

I’d be very keen to hear from anyone with any comments on the report – so please get in touch on the blog if you want to discuss any of it.