We are happy to announce the latest issue of Communication Design Quarterly (Volume 7 Issue 1) is now live:

Guest Editorial: The Revenge of Plato’s Pigs by Sarah-Beth Hopton

Maps, Silence, and Standing Rock: Seeking a Visuality for the Age of Environmental Crisis by Ryan Eichberger

Shades of Denialism: Discovering Possibilities for a More Nuanced Deliberation about Climate Change in Online Discussion Forums by Lauren E. Cagle and Carl Herndl

Communicating Activist Roles and Tools in Complex Energy Deliberation by Barbara George

Rhetoric, Risk, and Hydraulic Fracturing: One Landowner’s Perspective by Brian Ballentine

Crossing Political Borders: How a Grassroots Environmental Group Influenced a Change in Public Policy by Laura Vernon

Risk Selfies and Nonrational Environmental Communication by Ehren Helmut Pflugfelder

Earth Discourses: Constructing Risks and Responsibilities in Chinese State and Social Media by Lin Dong

CDQ Issue 7-1 is now live!