Environmental sociology, and environmental social theory, continue to operate in a manner that treats the natural and social worlds as separate. Given all we know from environmental history, the environmental natural sciences, and the environmental humanities, it is clear that this separation can no longer hold. Whether it is global climate change, long-range anthropogenic changes in landscapes and species mixes or the genetic modification of organisms, the scholarship and politics of environmentalism must now deal with the hybridity or nature, science, politics, and society.
|State||Published - Nov 21 2015|
|Event||Hybridity, Climate Change and the Anthropocene: First Meeting of the New England Critical Environmental Social Science Workshop - Brown University, Providence, RI|
Duration: Nov 21 2015 → Nov 21 2015
|Workshop||Hybridity, Climate Change and the Anthropocene: First Meeting of the New England Critical Environmental Social Science Workshop|
|Period||11/21/15 → 11/21/15|