Anthropology and Climate Change: From Encounters to Actions


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[ad_1] "Readers will benefit from the collective insight provided by diverse examples of how indigenous communities have fought to build or retain control over the resources, knowledge, and the lifeways that have sustained them through the ‘becoming’ of the ever changing world they inhabit. Climate researchers, policy makers, and students of all disciplines will find the narratives and insights within this volume both encouraging and thought-provoking as we all discover our role in ‘imagining a culture of the near future that intelligently and responsibly’ faces climate change and helping our research partners to negotiate successfully through this time." – Zareen Pervez Bharucha, Sibirica