Matthew Nisbet Professor of Communication, Public Policy, and Urban Affairs email@example.com 617.373.5542 @MCNisbet Expertise Climate Change, environmental communication, health communication, Role of communication and journalism in debates over science Matthew Nisbet in the Press Article Newsweek Message Framing: The Marketing Juggernaut Professor and Communication Expert Matthew Nisbet of Northeastern University stated that “Frames provide people a quick and easy way to process information …. This gives the sender and framer of the information enormous power to focus attention and influence how the receivers will interpret the message …. They help us organize complex topics and issues into coherent, […] Article Is Jeff Bezos really serious about beating climate change? Matthew Nisbet, a professor at Northeastern University in Boston who studies this area, says Bezos is now the largest single source of climate giving in the world — creating a “giant climate change halo”. Article Quartz Jeff Bezos is now the biggest climate activism donor—and that’s a problem But Matthew Nisbet, a professor of environmental communication at Northeastern University who has studied climate philanthropy, said it’s not clear they will do enough to offset the impact of Amazon’s own operations. Article Scientific American Leading Scientists Urge Voters to Dump Trump At their best, editorials such as Thorp’s can help scientists articulate their own arguments, says communications researcher Matthew Nisbet of Northeastern University. Article Salon Why are we waiting for billionaires to save us? “A few ultra-wealthy individuals are making decisions about the future of the planet with little accountability or transparency,” said Matthew Nisbet, a professor of communication and public policy at Northeastern University in Boston. Article Axios Jeff Bezos writes a short climate mystery Northeastern University communications professor Matthew Nisbet, who studies climate advocacy, says there’s a relatively small number of nongovernmental groups with the resources, staff and track record to handle multimillion-dollar grants. Article Financial Post Jack Mintz: Alberta panel studying foreign funding of environmentalists is necessary In a well-documented 2018 paper written by Michael Nisbet, a professor of communications at Northeastern University, 19 foundations dispensed US$560 million in the years 2011-15 to support climate change and energy activities. Article As the World Heats Up, the Climate for News Is Changing, Too Matthew C. Nisbet, a communications professor at Northeastern University and the editor of the journal Environmental Communication, has argued for more nuance. Article Newsweek TRUMP ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL REPEATEDLY CONSULTED WITH CLIMATE CHANGE DENIERS ON CLIMATE POLICY “It’s the equivalent to formulating anti-terrorism policy by consulting with groups that deny terrorism exists,” Matthew Nisbet, a professor of environmental communication and public policy at Northeastern University told the AP. Article Emails: Trump official pressed NASA on climate science “It’s the equivalent to formulating anti-terrorism policy by consulting with groups that deny terrorism exists,” said Northeastern University’s Matthew Nisbet, a professor of environmental communication and public policy. Matthew Nisbet for Northeastern Global News Could the youth who organized global climate strike be uniquely positioned to influence world leaders? Could the youth who organized global climate strike be uniquely positioned to influence world leaders? The young people leading a global strike to protest climate change are uniquely positioned to influence the decisions made by world leaders, say two Northeastern professors. Foundation funding helps keep journalism alive—but most money goes to a select few nonprofit media outlets Foundation funding helps keep journalism alive—but most money goes to a select few nonprofit media outlets Funding for the nonprofit news sector is highly concentrated among a few dozen outlets and provided by a handful of huge grants. A climate change agreement was reached. Now what? A climate change agreement was reached. Now what? The two-week U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change ended in Paris on Saturday with nearly 200 nations agreeing on a plan to combat climate change. Here, Northeastern professors discuss the good, the remaining challenges, and the future of this historic accord. Climate change forces scientists to speak up Climate change forces scientists to speak up Blurb: When discussing one of the most contentious topics of the 21st century—climate change—finding the balance between fact and emotion is precarious, say Northeastern faculty. 3Qs: Pope’s encyclical ‘shifts the conversation’ on climate change 3Qs: Pope’s encyclical ‘shifts the conversation’ on climate change Northeastern associate professor Matthew Nisbet examines what Pope Francis’ encyclical means for the global climate change discussion and the 2016 presidential race in the U.S.