Climate futures : re-imagining global climate justice /
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Climate futures : re-imagining global climate justice /

Approaching the issues of climate change and climate justice from a range of diverse perspectives including those of culture, gender, indigeneity, race, and sexuality, as well as challenging colonial histories and capitalist presents, Climate Futures boldly addresses the apparent inevitability of cl...

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Corporate Author: PALCI EBSCO books
Other Authors: Bhavnani, Kum-Kum (Editor), Foran, John (Editor), Kurian, Priya A. (Editor), Munshi, Debashish (Editor)
Format: Online Book
Published: London, UK : Zed Books Ltd, 2019.
Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Foreword : equity : the final frontier for an effective climate change agreement / Sunita Narain
  • 1. The future is ours to seek : changing the inevitability of climate chaos to prospects of hope and justice
  • 2. Way beyond the lifeboat : an Indigenous allegory of climate justice
  • 3. The politics of climate change is more than the politics of capitalism
  • 4. The grand theft of the atmosphere : sketches for a theory of climate injustice in the Anthropocene
  • 5. Taking on big oil by looking within
  • 6. Climate change forces post-capitalism
  • 7. Zooming in, calling out : (m)anthropogenic climate change through the lens of gender
  • 8. A culture-centered approach to climate change adaptation : insights from New Zealand
  • 9. Exorbitant responsibility : geographies of climate justice
  • 10. Indigeneity and climate justice in northern Sweden
  • 11. Out of the closets and into the climate! Queer feminist climate justice
  • 12. Sleepwalking is a death sentence for humanity : manifesto for a sociology of the climate crisis and of climate justice
  • 13. A role for the environmental humanities : directly intervening in anthropogenic climate change
  • 14. Media and climate justice : what space for alternative discourses?
  • 15. Shifting the balance of forces through sanctions against Trump and US carbon capital
  • 16. Linking environmental justice and climate justice through academia and the prison industrial complex
  • 17. Democracy and climate justice : the unfolding of tragedy
  • 18. The Majuro Declaration for Climate Leadership : a Pacific approach to a global problem
  • 19. Community approaches to climate justice : cases from Papua New Guinea
  • 20. Cultural resilience and climate change : everyday lives in Niue
  • 21. The contradictory development policies of the Maldives in the face of climate change
  • 22. Why capacity building needs to do justice to the Global South : insights from Bangladesh
  • 23. China : climate justice without a social movement?
  • 24. Entrenched vulnerabilities : evaluating climate justice across development and adaptation responses in southern India
  • 25. Self-interest trumps global climate action in Africa and elsewhere
  • 26. Frontlines, intersections and creativity : the growth of the North American climate justice movement
  • 27. Change is and will be local : alternatives from Spain
  • 28. "We're doing something together that will reverberate down over time" : an interview with Bill McKibben
  • 29. Climate justice must be anti-patriarchal, or it will not be systemic
  • 30. Is vivir bien possible? Candid thoughts about systemic alternatives
  • 31. The politics of climate change : all change.