The Anthroposcene of weather and climate : ethnographic contributions to the climate change debate

Auteur(s) : Sillitoe, Paul (Éd.)Description matérielle : xii-339 p. : photos en noir et blanc, cartes, schémas, tableaux ; 24 cm.Publication : New York : Berghahn, 2022.Cote : G.5390Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Changement climatiqueThématique spécifique : Adaptation | Savoir local | Politique
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Introducing the Anthroposcene of weather and climate / Sillitoe, Paul --

There's something in the air - but what ? On Amazon people's perception of atmospheric phenomena / Rosengren, Dan --

Climate change, weather and perception: fishing in Eastern Patagonia / Marin, Francesca --

Indigenous responses to climate change in extreme environments: the cases of the Q'eros (Peruvian Andes) and the Gwich'in (Alaska) / Martin, Nastassja and Cometti, Geremia --

Fornicating frogs: local knowledge of climate change in Bangladesh? / Sillitoe, Paul and Alam, Mahbub --

Weather, agency and values at work in a glacier ski resort in Austria / Nöbauer, Herta --

The moral climate of melting glaciers: Andean claims for justice at the Paris Climate Change Summit / Walker-Crawford, Noah --

Making sense of climate science: from climate knowledge to decision-making / Carabajal, Maria Ines and Hidalgo, Cecilia --

Practising anthropology by providing climate services for farmers: the case of science field shops in Indonesia / Winarto, Yunita T. --

Nepal's climate-change cultural world / Sherpa, Pasang Yangjee --

Down to air: Palestinian memories and practices of weather relatedness / Van Aken, Mauro --

Imagining nations and producing climate-change knowledge in Brazil / Bailão, André S. --

Embanking the Sundarbans: the obfuscating discourse of climate change / Dewan, Camelia --

Afterword / Shankland, David.

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