With reality like this, who needs fiction? It’s from Fort McMurray, last week. Harrowing. While the impact of such images is undeniable, the debate over whether and how they are related to climate change is a debate the rest of us should not shy away from.
Posts Tagged ‘science studies’
Posted in Anthropocene, ImageNation, tagged Anthropocene, climate change, climate denialism, climate science, environmental communication, fact, Latour, mediation, rhetoric, science studies on May 9, 2016 | 7 Comments »
Ecology, ontology, politics: These three terms are among the most common themes of this blog, but their intersections deserve a more sustained exploration. This is the first of a series of posts that will do that through critical discussion of various readings and concepts. This first post reviews and reflects on some of the questions […]