On a visit to Ohio this week, I caught about ten minutes of an interview on a network TV station with a representative from the Maldives, talking about the plight they face with rising sea levels and the urgency of doing something about climate change at the Poznan, Poland, meeting. (See more.) It got me thinking: what does it take to get the Maldives on American news? What sort of media work would get climate change victims (small island nations, Arctic peoples, et al) a space in the imagination of the developed world that would help build the social-justice side of the climate action case? Is anyone (a Green Media Center of some kind) working on this?

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