CSEC - challenging the role of the social sciences and humanities in climate change debates
Date: 27 August 2014
Brian Wynne of CSEC joins Noel Castree and others in challenging the way in which the environmental social sciences and humanities (ESSH) are represented in climate change debates. Follow the link below for the full article in Nature Climate Change, September 2014, volume 9.
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