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Shea, M. M., Painter, J., & Osaka, S. (2022). Power, the Pacific Islands, and the Prestige Press: A Case Study of How Climate Reporting is Influenced by UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Summi Shea, M. M., Painter, J., & Osaka, S. (2022). Power, the Pacific Islands, and the Prestige Press: A Case Study of How Climate Reporting is Influenced by UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Summits.

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The media play a powerful role in distilling and conveying information to the public, and the importance of the media to public understanding of climate change is well studied (e.g., Anderson 2013; Sampei and Aoyagi-Usui 2009; Stamm et al. 2000). But while several studies have connected the negotiating power of Pacific Islands to media attention (e.g., Farbotko and McGregor 2010), little empirical data exists to bolster these claims that media coverage of Pacific Island actions at UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) meetings opens up the possibility for these actions to shape the negotiations. Through an analysis of reporting on Pacific Islands and climate change (PICC) in American, British, and Australia newspapers—and how it differs around UNFCCC meetings— this study aims to fill that gap