All posts tagged Climate

Edgy Stuff: National Parks Centennial Edition

The Edge Effects Editorial Board’s September recommendations feature content on the National Parks from around the web and beyond for the parks’ Centennial.

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Review: Adam Trexler’s Anthropocene Fictions

A new book surveys 150 novels about climate change and makes the case for the virtues of cli-fi.

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Edgy Stuff: July 2016 Recommendations

July 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.

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The Missile

A sonnet about an unexpected winter visitor.

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Notes from the Great Transition

Training people to help create communities that are better suited to a changing environment is important work—but quite a challenge when it’s not at all clear what that future will look like.

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Edgy Stuff: November 2015 Recommendations

November 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.

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Building Beaches: Beach Nourishment in the United States

A hard look at the soft engineering that goes into our beaches.

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Edgy Stuff: May 2015 Recommendations and a New Editor-At-Large

The Edge Effects editorial board introduces a new Editor-At-Large and shares our May 2015 recommendations.

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Why Our Students Should Debate Climate Change

Teaching the history of science in an age of climate denialism produces surprising questions about nature, knowledge, and democracy.

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Our Climatic Fate? Oreskes and Conway’s “Collapse of Western Civilization”

Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway’s tale of our catastrophic future is a provocative hybrid of scholarship and science fiction that’s great for the classroom.

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