Tuesday, 22 June 2010
The issue demonstrates how social science can help to illuminate the very nature of the challenge of climate change, and gathers papers by some of the world's leading authors working on climate and society. The contributors trace the way that climate science has been produced, organised, mobilised and contested, and explore the relationships between climate change, politics, global inequity, financial turbulence and even life itself.
You can access the articles for free here.
To support the publication of this issue, we’ve also collated links to some other material (relevant publications and events, interviews, recordings etc) you may also find of interest – you can access the extra material here.
TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.