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The Anthroposcene of Weather and Climate [electronic resource] : Ethnographic Contributions to the Climate Change Debate.

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York, NY : Berghahn Books, Incorporated, 2021.Description: 1 online resource (354 p.)ISBN:
  • 1800732325
  • 9781800732322
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Anthroposcene of Weather and ClimateDDC classification:
  • 304.2/5 23
LOC classification:
  • QC903
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Contents:
The Anthroposcene of Weather and Climate -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I. Local Weather Knowledge -- Chapter 1. There's Something in the Air -- But What? -- Chapter 2. Climate Change, Weather and Perception -- Part II. Adaptation Challenges -- Chapter 3. Indigenous Responses to Climate Change in Extreme Environments -- Chapter 4. Fornicating Frogs -- Chapter 5. Weather, Agency and Values at Work in a Glacier Ski Resort in Austria -- Chapter 6. The Moral Climate of Melting Glaciers -- Part III. Flows of Knowledge
Chapter 7. Making Sense of Climate Science -- Chapter 8. Practising Anthropology by Providing Climate Services for Farmers -- Chapter 9. Nepal's Climate-Change Cultural World -- Part IV. Climate Politics -- Chapter 10. Down to Air -- Chapter 11. Imagining Nations and Producing Climate-Change Knowledge in Brazil -- Chapter 12. Embanking the Sundarbans -- Afterword -- Index
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The Anthroposcene of Weather and Climate -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I. Local Weather Knowledge -- Chapter 1. There's Something in the Air -- But What? -- Chapter 2. Climate Change, Weather and Perception -- Part II. Adaptation Challenges -- Chapter 3. Indigenous Responses to Climate Change in Extreme Environments -- Chapter 4. Fornicating Frogs -- Chapter 5. Weather, Agency and Values at Work in a Glacier Ski Resort in Austria -- Chapter 6. The Moral Climate of Melting Glaciers -- Part III. Flows of Knowledge

Chapter 7. Making Sense of Climate Science -- Chapter 8. Practising Anthropology by Providing Climate Services for Farmers -- Chapter 9. Nepal's Climate-Change Cultural World -- Part IV. Climate Politics -- Chapter 10. Down to Air -- Chapter 11. Imagining Nations and Producing Climate-Change Knowledge in Brazil -- Chapter 12. Embanking the Sundarbans -- Afterword -- Index

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