I somehow missed that the Ecomedia Studies group (which I was a co-founder of) has launched an eponymous blog. (It used to be a group wiki page, but now has morphed into a public blog.)

It looks very good, and features some of the more prolific young scholars in ecomedia criticism, green media studies, ecocinecriticism, and what have you. It may even give the (now hot, now cold) Indications a run for the money among group blogs in the environmental communication field. I send it good wishes (and hopefully subscribers, too). And might show up there myself from time to time.

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