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Environmental Humanists Respond to the World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity

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Seeds of Transformative Change , 1-18
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Steven Yearley  
Political, Ethical, and Societal Aspects of Issuing Warnings to Humanity , 19-25
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Rosi Braidotti  
“We” May Be in This Together, but We Are Not All Human and We Are Not One and the Same , 26-31
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Noel Castree  
Speaking for the Earth and Humans In the “Age of Consequences” , 32-43
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Scott Slovic  
The Language of Warning: The World Scientists’ Efforts to Communicate and the Challenge of Poignancy , 44-51
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Stephanie Foote  
The Sense of Place at the End of the World , 52-58
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Robert Boschman  
Alberta and the Global Commons: A Climate Change Tragedy , 59-71
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Bron Taylor  
Apocalypse Then, Now—and Future? , 72-84
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Ann Fisher-Wirth  
Passionate Specificity , 85-90
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Bronislaw Szerszynski  
The Watchman’s Part: Earth Time, Human Time, and the “World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity” , 91-99
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Simon Estok  
At the Bottom of the Barrel: A Response to the Recent World Scientists’ Warnings , 100-107
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Cecilia Åsberg  
A Sea Change in the Environmental Humanities , 108-122
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Nathalie Blanc  
Long Live the Climate Machine! , 123-136
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Dorion Sagan  
Gaia versus the Anthropocene: Untimely Thoughts on the Current Eco-Catastrophe , 137-146
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Marco Armiero  
Beyond Nonpartisan Discourses: Radical Knowledge for Extreme Times , 147-153
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Derek Woods  
Book Review: Simon L. Lewis and Mark A. Maslin’s The Human Planet: How We Created the Anthropocene , 154-160
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