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In terms of communicating climate change, the burgeoning media in South Asia can play an important role in providing a voice to the very communities that are ignored by decision makers. But whether it is actually reporting on climate change, and its accessibility to the general public, is questionable. Media can only be an effective catalyst for change if the messages it conveys are accessible to people - and this is where the language of media comes in.

Some of the issues uncovered in this research include the links between literacy and the access to print media, the reluctance of media companies to publish articles on climate change, and a lack of capacity of local journalists to write about climate change.

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