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Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction: making climate change meaningful; Part I Historicising/Theorising Climate Change: Problematising science and environment: conceptualising nature, vision and time in the mediation of climate change; Visualising climate change: negotiating the temporalities of climate through imagery; Coda: nature,vision and time. Part II Mediating/Addressing Climate Change: An emerging climate movement: questioning values of environment, justice and faith; Mediating Copenhagen: communicating scientific (un)certainty and the political (un)urgency of climate action; Sustainable consumption? Reframing meat and dairy consumption in the politics of climate change; Imaginative engagements: critical reflections on visual arts and climate change; Epilogue: positive action in a changing climate; References; Index.