Media Coverage

Chiu, A. (2022, September 16). People don’t really talk about climate change. Here’s how to start. Washington Post. Retrieved from

Weder, F. (Host). (2022, August 25). Episode # 5 – Hanna Morris [Webinar]. Sounds Like Sustainability. Brisbane, Australia. 

Clark, D. (Host). (2021, September 30). Media and the Climate Crisis: A Conversation with Dr. Hanna Morris [Audio podcast]. Penn Talks Science. Philadelphia, PA. Retrieved from

Hathaway, K. (Host). (2020, September 10). Research Review: Apocalyptic Environmentalism in the United States [Television broadcast]. San Francisco, CA: Cimpatico Studios.

Parsons, C. (Host). (2020, September 3). This year’s stars of environmental studies and sciences – the 2020 AESS award winners [Audio podcast]. AESS Podcast. Retrieved from

Van Eyck Talk: The Trouble with Anthropocene Discourse and the Planetary-Scale. (2019, November 5). VAN EYCK News. Retrieved from

One Health Seminar Series Presents ‘American Climate Change Reporting at a Crossroads: Challenges and Opportunities for Journalism in a Warming World’. (2019, March 8). Delaware Valley University News. Retrieved from

Baker, B. (2019, February 5). The language of climate change—and the Anthropocene. Penn Today. Retrieved from

Doctoral Student Hanna Morris Uses Interdisciplinary Methods to Study Climate Change Communication. (2018, March 22). Annenberg Now. Retrieved from

Shafer, D. (Host). (2017, December 17). Interview with Climate Communication Scholar Hanna Morris [Radio broadcast]. Impact. Vancouver, B.C.: Roundhouse Radio. Retrieved from

Hanna Morris: New Directions for Climate Communication Research Fellowship. (2017, September 19). University of Pennsylvania Almanac. Retrieved from

Doctoral Student Hanna Morris Awarded 2017 New Directions for Climate Communication Research Fellowship. (2017, June 12). Annenberg Now. Retrieved from