Environmental Communications Resource Center

The Environmental Communication Resource Center, based in NAU’s School of Communication, is a resource center for information, research, and discussion about environmental communication. The program works to promote scholarship, pedagogy, and public service in all aspects of environmental communication.

  • Environmental communication courses at NAU include Environmental Communication (COM 150), Environmental Perspectives on Communication Arts (COM 250), Environmental Research and Reporting (JLS 440), and Advanced Organizational Communication (SC 467).
  • Co-Director Lea Parker has written two textbooks, Environmental Communication: Messages, Media & Methods and EcoCulture: Environmental Messages in Music, Art and Literature. A journalist for more than 15 years, she has also authored hundreds of published popular articles.
  • Co-Director Dr. Brant Short wrote Ronald Reagan and the Public Lands: America’s Conservation Debate 1979-1984 and a number of scholarly essays, including studies of Earth First!’s agitative rhetoric and Edward Abbey's political discourse.
Lea Parker, Co-Director
School of Communication, Bldg. 16
PO Box 5619
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Phone: (520) 523-4661
Fax: (928) 523-1505
E-mail: Lea.Parker@nau.edu
Online: www.nau.edu/~soc-p/ecrc

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