Climate Change

Second Edition of ‘The Evidence’ Examines Women and Climate Change
Bookshelf
March 29, 2024

Second Edition of ‘The Evidence’ Examines Women and Climate Change

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‘Optopia’ and the Politics of Hope
Business and Management INK
July 7, 2023

‘Optopia’ and the Politics of Hope

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NSF and NOAA Seek Proposals For Climate Change Research Center
Investment
June 20, 2023

NSF and NOAA Seek Proposals For Climate Change Research Center

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Webinar: Exploring the Social Dimensions of the Climate Crisis
Announcements
August 23, 2022

Webinar: Exploring the Social Dimensions of the Climate Crisis

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A Time and Space for Climate Change in Business and Society Research

A Time and Space for Climate Change in Business and Society Research

Most academic research on climate change at the nexus of business and society supports a view that the best agenda is enlightened business-as-usual. The authors suggest real progress needs to account for the flow of time and primacy of place.

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Why Social Science? Because Changing Behavior is Essential to Addressing Climate Change

Why Social Science? Because Changing Behavior is Essential to Addressing Climate Change

The challenge of climate change is enormous and requires an all-of-science effort. Psychologists must be part of the solution.

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A Reflection: Vanguard Projects as Intermediation Spaces in Sustainability Transitions

A Reflection: Vanguard Projects as Intermediation Spaces in Sustainability Transitions

The climate crisis cannot be divorced from the study of projects. New scholars should embrace this cross-disciplinary way of thinking, especially as shifting policies have impacted project conceptualization.

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Webinar: Braving the Storm – How Climate Change Will Affect How and Where We Live

Webinar: Braving the Storm – How Climate Change Will Affect How and Where We Live

How will climate change affect where – and how – we live? Join an expert panel of demographers as they give a […]

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Environmental Sociologist Connects Permaculture and Climate Justice

Environmental Sociologist Connects Permaculture and Climate Justice

A potential antidote to harmful monocultures is a form of community farming invented back in the 1970s: permaculture. Permaculture is not just about farming; it incorporates economic and social principles.

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Event: ‘Frozen Out? Political Science in a Heating World’

Event: ‘Frozen Out? Political Science in a Heating World’

University of Melbourne deliver a talk titled “Frozen Out? Political Science in a Heating World.” 

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With COVID and Climate Change Showing Social Science’s Value, Why Cut it Now?

With COVID and Climate Change Showing Social Science’s Value, Why Cut it Now?

What are the three biggest challenges Australia faces in the next five to ten years? What role will the social sciences play in resolving these challenges? The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia asked these questions in a discussion paper earlier this year. The backdrop to this review is cuts to social science disciplines around the country, with teaching taking priority over research.

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Online Event: A Turning Point for International Climate Policy?

Online Event: A Turning Point for International Climate Policy?

On May 13, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. EDT, the American Academy of Political and Social Science will host an online seminar, co-sponsored by SAGE Publishing, focused on international economic and policy approaches to environmental regulation. “A Turning Point for International Climate Policy? New Approaches to Environmental and Economic Cooperation” features this year’s recipient of the AAPSS Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize, Nobel-winning economist William Nordhaus.

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