New Featured Article!
“Anthropological Engagement with the Anthropocene”
February 22, 2017
The latest Environment and Society featured article is now available! This month’s article, “Anthropological Engagement with the Anthropocene: A Critical Review,” comes from Volume 6 (2015), a special issue on the Anthropocene. In their review of anthropology’s evolving engagement with the Anthropocene, HannahGibson and Sita Venkateswar contemplate multifarious approaches to research and discuss critical engagement discussed including anthropology beyond disciplinary borders, queries writing in the Anthropocene, and anthropology of climate change.
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(more…)Tags: Anthropocene, Anthropology, climate change, entanglements, Environment and Society, Hannah Gibson, multispecies ethnography, Sita Venkateswar, transdisciplinary
Let’s Look at Work Is Working with the Environment
February 8, 2017
Before you read this article, please take a moment to answer these questions: What is the biggest problem with environmental sustainability? What possibilities exist for environmental sustainability that we have not thought of yet? What did you notice about your feelings or thoughts as you answered these questions? Keep this in mind as you read the rest of this article.
(more…)Tags: appreciative inquiry, behavioral change, environmental sustainability, Gigi Burke, organizational development, problem solving