Climate cultures anthropological perspectives on climate change in yale agrarian studies series james c scott ed new haven ct yale university press viii 328 pp ill posted 18 feb 2020 see all articles by jessica barnes jessica barnes yale university yale school of forestry environmental science michael r dove yale university date written june 30 2015 abstract . Climate cultures offers major insights makes significant contributions and illustrates the impressive scope of current anthropological perspectives applied to understanding climate change in new and original ways it is extremely important scholarship karl zimmerer pennsylvania state university karl zimmerer. Approaching climate change as a nexus of nature culture science politics and belief the book reveals nuanced ways of understanding the relationships between society and climate science and the state certainty and uncertainty global and local that are manifested in climate change debates the contributors address three major areas of inquiry how climate change issues have been framed . Climate cultures anthropological perspectives on climate change yale agrarian studies series jessica barnes editor michael r dove editor paperback list price 3900 individual store prices may vary description climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our times yet also seemingly intractable this book offers novel insights on this contemporary challenge drawing . Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our times yet also seemingly intractable this book draws together the state of the art thinking in anthropology approaching climate change as a nexus of nature culture science politics and belief the book reveals new ways of thinking about the complex relationships between society and climate science and the state certainty and
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