Towards a cultural politics of climate change : devices, desires, and dissent /
This book develops new perspectives on the cultural politics of climate change and its implications for responding to this challenge.
|Other Authors:||, ,|
Cambridge University Press,
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!
- Cover ; Half-title page; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; List of Figures; List of Contributors; List of Acronyms and Abbreviations; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction; 2 CHANGE: The European Commission's Climate Campaign as a Technique of Government; 3 Devising Low-Carbon Desires in the Australian Urban Economy; 4 Low-Carbon Devices and Desires in Community Housing Retrofit; 5 Caring for the Low-Carbon Self: The Government of Self and Others in the World as a Gas Greenhouse; 6 Grief, Loss and the Cultural Politics of Climate Change.
- 7 Culture, Technology, and Transport: Navigating a Path to Low-Carbon Urban Mobilities in the United States8 "The Everyday Choices We Make Matter": Urban Climate Politics and the Postpolitics of Responsibility and Action; 9 Strategic Engagements with Resistance Against Energy-Efficient Devices
- Exploring the Hidden Politics of Comfort Desires in Housing; 10 The Directionality of Desire in the Economy of Qualities: The Case of Retailers, Refrigeration and Reconstituted Orange Juice; 11 The Making of a Zero-Carbon Home.
- 12 Wind Power Activism: Epistemic Struggles in the Formation of Eco-Ethical Selves at Vattenfall13 Conclusions; References; Index.