1 edition of Representations of climate change found in the catalog.
Representations of climate change
Includes bibliographical references (p. -230) and index.
|Series||Studi interdisciplinari su traduzione, lingue e culture -- 11|
|LC Classifications||QC902.8 .B48 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||239 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||2011365016|
This book works to make sense of how media representations of climate change influence the spectrum of possible responses to modern climate challenges. It is motivated by conditions in this 21st century where people rely more than ever upon media representations to help interpret and make sense of the many complexities relating to climate. THE % SOLUTION A Plan for Solving Climate Change By Solomon Goldstein-Rose. At 22 Goldstein-Rose became one of the youngest people to serve in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Now
The problem of representing climate change is not confined to literary representations, but contemporary novels are certainly among the many forms that . Panem, then, is what happens to North America’s democracies in a post-climate-change world. The Hunger Games is not the only young-adult book to describe environmental catastrophe as a Author: Torie Bosch.
It draws on tourism cultural representations as a conceptual framework extending this perspective to a natural environment where it is linked to extant studies on climate change. By highlighting the connection between tourism representations and adaptation to climate change, this paper expounds upon theories of tourism representations by high-. Climate change has been called humankind’s greatest challenge and the world’s gravest environmental threat. According to the United Nations (U.N.) report Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability, climate change is having an impact on every continent, affecting agriculture, human health, ecosystems, water supplies, and even people’s livelihoods.
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This book highlights the importance of the cultural sphere, and in particular literature, in response and discussion with the unprecedented phenomenon known as climate change.
Antonia Mehnert turns to a set of contemporary American works of fiction, reading them as a unique response to the challenges of representing climate change. This book highlights the importance of the cultural sphere, and in particular literature, in response and discussion with the unprecedented phenomenon known as climate change.
Antonia Mehnert turns to a set of contemporary American works of fiction, reading them as a unique response to the challenges of representing climate : Antonia Mehnert. About this book. This book highlights the importance of the cultural sphere, and in particular literature, in response and discussion with the unprecedented phenomenon known as climate change.
Antonia Mehnert turns to a set of contemporary American works of fiction, reading them as a unique response to the challenges of representing climate change.
THE UNINHABITABLE EARTH Life After Representations of climate change book By David Wallace-Wells LOSING EARTH A Climate History By Nathaniel Rich Climate change is the greatest challenge humanity has collectively faced. That. Join Sugata Ray, UC Berkeley art historian, for a discussion of his new book: Climate Change and the Art of Devotion: Geoaesthetics in the Land of Krishna, Novem Noon to pm, at the Townsend Center for the.
Whether you are giving gifts to others or to yourself, this list of the best popular science books of about climate change, conservation and Author: Grrlscientist. A review tallied 50 novels dealing specifically with man-made climate change and its effects, with 20 appearing in the previous five years, although this number includes all types of novels.
57 rows This is a list of climate change books that describe, as a major theme, the effects Non. Climate Change Fictions: Representations of Global Warming in American Literature Antonia Mehnert (auth.) This book highlights the importance of the cultural sphere, and in particular literature, in response and discussion with the unprecedented phenomenon known as climate change.
They cannot even predict the sense or direction of the climate change correctly. This book is concise and easy to grasp if you have just a basic knowledge of physics.
Ad hoc representations of Author: Gastao Taveira. Media Representations of Climate Change: A Meta-Analysis Downloaded by [UZH Hauptbibliothek / Zentralbibliothek Zürich] at 11 May missed a number of publications.
Communicating Climate 2: Literary Representations of Climate Change. This activity explores how the topic of climate change is represented in various forms of writing, from scholarly articles to opinion pieces and works of fiction.
While the content does not emphasize climate science itself, it instead allows students to focus on how the. A growing number of people see climate change as an example of the tragedy of the commons: the ‘over-grazing’ of collectively owned open lands by an unstructured group of people. The logic of individual self-interest will lead each and every individual to try to steal a march on the rest of the group before the rest over-exploit those open lands.
The first in-depth exploration of Shakespeare’s representations of climate and the sky Offers an all-encompassing approach on early modern climate in Shakespeare Redefines the notion of ‘climate’ as Shakespeare’s contemporaries understood it Suggests new.
As part of its ongoing “Original Stories” series, Amazon has assembled a collection of climate-change fiction, or cli-fi, bringing a literary biodiversity to bear on the defining crisis of the. Climate Change: Evidence, Impacts, and Choices is intended to help people understand what is known about climate change.
First, it lays out the evidence that human activities, especially the burning of fossil fuels, are responsible for much of the warming and related changes being observed around the world. Mathematical and Physical Fundamentals of Climate Change provides a solid foundation in math and physics with which to understand global warming, natural climate variations, and climate models.
This book informs the future users of climate models and the decision-makers of tomorrow by providing the depth they need. Climate fiction, popularly abbreviated as cli-fi (modelled after the assonance of " sci-fi "), is literature that deals with climate change and global warming.
Not necessarily speculative in nature, works of cli-fi may take place in the world as we know it or in the near future. Get this from a library. Representations of climate change: news and opinion discourse in UK and US quality press: a corpus-assisted discourse study.
[Cinzia Bevitori]. The book focuses on key linguistic themes, including linguistic polyphony, lexical choices, metaphors, narration, and framing, and uses examples from diverse forms of media, including scientific documents, policy reports, op-eds, and blogs, to shed light on how information and knowledge on climate change can be represented, disseminated, and.
Media coverage of climate change has been a significant factor in shaping public perceptions and attitudes toward the issue.
The first book-length studies of this coverage appeared more than a decade ago, at a time when climate change was just beginning to gain prominence and when many print and television news operations still had reporters assigned to science and/or .Get this from a library!
Climate change fictions: representations of global warming in American literature. [Antonia Mehnert] -- "This book highlights the importance of the cultural sphere, and in particular literature, in response and discussion with the unprecedented phenomenon known as climate change.
Antonia Mehnert turns.Alexis Wright’s novel, The Swan Book (), set one hundred years in the future on a climate-changed Earth, introduces a new note into her fiction: that of doubt about hope.
Extending postcolonial discussions of Wright’s fiction, this essay uses.