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Volume 20, Issue 2

'Failed' states and the environment
MARKING 20 YEARS OF PUBLISHING PACIFIC JOURNALISM REVIEW
November, 2014

Cartoon: © Rod Emmerson of The New Zealand Herald

Pacific Journalism Review 20(2) cover

November, 2014

ISSN: 1023-9499

In this issue…

THIS is the edition marking 20 years of publication of Pacific Journalism Review, first published at the University of Papua New Guinea in 1994. The edition will be launched at the PJR conference "Political journalism in the Asia-Pacific" at AUT University in Auckland on November 27-29 and selected double peer-reviewed papers from this symposium will be published in the birthday edition in May 2015.

This edition is published with the assistance of a grant from the New Zealand National Commission of UNESCO.

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Editorial

1. Meltdowns and militarisation
David Robie

Theme

2. A reflection on environmental awareness and the media in Fiji
'FAILED' STATES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Sky Marsen
3. Media freedom with integrity and ethics
'FAILED' STATES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Satendra Nandan
4. Melanesia’s test: The political quandary of West Papua
'FAILED' STATES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Johnny Blades
5. ‘Failed’ or resilient subaltern communities? Pacific indigenous social protection systems in a neoliberal world
'FAILED' STATES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Steven Ratuva
6. ‘Carbon colonialism’: Pacific environmental risk, media credibility and a deliberative perspective
'FAILED' STATES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
David Robie
7. Communicating climate change in the Pacific using a bottom-up approach
'FAILED' STATES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Usha Sundar Harris
8. Opportunities for development journalism in Papua New Guinea
'FAILED' STATES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Lyndal Rowlands, Vipul Khosla
9. Crunch-time for the University of Papua New Guinea
'FAILED' STATES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Scott MacWilliam

Frontline

10. Whistleblowers inside the Australian building racket
FRONTLINE INTERVIEW
Lawrence Bull

Special reports

11. 2014 UNESCO Lecture: ‘No-one died covering celebrity news’
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY
Gavin Ellis