Green Media
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Series editors

Joost Raessens, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Stefan Werning, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Geographical Scope
Green media – and the subjects they are covering - are global phenomena, embedded in different cultural contexts; this series includes contributions about green media from different countries and continents.
Chronological Scope
Our focus is on contemporary media, including analytical, theoretical and empirical contributions. Historical studies of green media are also taken into consideration, when the work enriches our understanding of contemporary issues related to green media.
Editorial Board

Alenda Y. Chang, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Alison Anderson, University of Plymouth, UK
Finis Dunaway, Trent University, Canada
Freya Schiwy, University of California, Riverside, USA
Hunter Vaughan, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Judith Keilbach, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Kiu-Wai Chu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Martin Mhando, Murdoch University, Australia
Mette Hjort, Hong Kong Baptist University
Mimi Sheller, Drexel University, USA
Nik Norma Nik Hasan, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Sean Cubitt, University of Melbourne, Australia
Stacy Alaimo, University of Oregon, USA

Ecological citizenship; representation; communication; production, distribution and reception; contemporary media; sustainability; environmentalism; media ecology.

Green Media

De onderstaande tekst is niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands en wordt in het Engels weergegeven.

This series is a critical starting point for readers interested in the growing field of green media studies as a subdiscipline within the environmental humanities and social sciences. It examines the ways in which ‘Green Media’ can influence the public’s awareness and understanding of environmental issues and the ecological impact of media technologies.

Contemporary media are increasingly used to support and frame environmental action by companies, NGOs, activists and related groups, as well as to persuade people to adopt more sustainable lifestyles. Because environmental justice and social justice are intrinsically interconnected, the 'Green Media' series seeks to research how people might become global ecological citizens. It introduces the readers to key environmental issues as these are represented in一and connected to the production, distribution and consumption ofーvideogames, VR, social media, data visualizations, transmedia, film, documentaries, television series, theatre and more.

The underlying questions are: How do green media construct forms of civic engagement on a micro, meso and macro level? How do we conceptualize the impact of green media from a media-comparative perspective? How can green media help transform existing industries as well as corresponding cultural and business practices? What is the ecological footprint of media production, distribution and consumption, and how could sustainable alternatives look like?

For questions or to submit a proposal, contact Senior Commissioning Editor Maryse Elliott (