Epistemologies of Climate Change: Science, Stories and Scepticism.
Organization and Environment, 18(4) pp. 495–499.
The article draws together three distinct subject areas: the climate science literature, the so-called archeo-anthropology literature as well as climate science/policy literature. It is based around reviews of three books on climate change and sets out a new framework for the analysis of what we know about the facts of climate change and how we know it.
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