Today’s guest blog post is by the Chair of the AAA Task Force on Global Climate Change, Shirley Fiske. Dr. Fiske is also a Research Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Maryland, College Park. The Chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology argued last week in the Washington Post … Continue reading Head-In-The-Sand Approach to Climate Policy Doesn’t Work, Either
Today’s guest post is by the Chair of the Global Climate Change Task Force, Shirley Fiske. A nice thing. Except for the reality. Earth Day is a nice thing, today celebrated in the District at Union Station with a farmers market, giveaways, exhibits fromNASA, and a recycling drive, all nice things. Seems like a pale … Continue reading Is Earth Day a Nice Thing?
Today’s guest blog post is by AAA member, Richard Wilk of the Global Climate Change Task Force. Dr. Wilk is Provost Professor at Indiana University. Looking Back on Today By Richard Wilk How are we going to be remembered in a century, in two hundred or five hundred years? Not as individuals – even the … Continue reading Looking Back on Today
The Executive Board of the American Anthropological Association (AAA) is proud to announce the creation of the Task Force on Climate Change, an effort to bring anthropology’s contributions to issues of environmental concern into the spotlight, and increase its engagement with current research, policy discourse and the communities they study worldwide. While geophysical scientists and … Continue reading New Task Force on Climate Change