ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF AFRICA, OCEANIA AND THE AMERICAS OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM

Anthropology, Weather & Climate Change

Authors

This page lists all the accepted papers by author. Click on a panel reference to see the panel page and paper details.

AuthorPaperPanel
Achermann, DaniaInvestigating shifts in climate research: The changing role of climate's pastP06
Adamson, GeorgeConstructing ENSOP09
Ainslie, AndrewDialogues with Climate ScientistsP06
Aisher, AlexanderWaiting for the Season-Birds: Climate Change in the Eastern Himalayas Through a Multispecies LensP01
Alam, MahbubFornicating frogs: local Bangla knowledge of climate change?P48
Alfaro, Laura Photography and the Oil Sands: Connecting Climate Change to SpatialityP32
Alo, Susana AgaInterdisciplinary entanglements and dialogue within weather based index insuranceP06
Anderson, David Ethnographic, Ethnohistorical and Geoarchaeological Perspectives on the Origin of Reindeer Husbandry in Northwestern SiberiaP33
Anello-Adnani, BarbaraThe Destruction and Preservation of Rainforest, a Culture, and its Vernacular Architecture: Desa Lingga, a Karo Village in North Central SumatraP48
Angé, OliviaThe Fabric of Personhood and Biodiversity Protection in a Peruvian Potato ParkP50
Angelova, IliyanaIntergenerational knowledge exchanges for more sustainable livelihoods: case studies of tackling climate change from Nagaland, Northeast IndiaP43
Archer, MatthewValue Chains as Infrastructure: corporations, climate change and sustainable developmentP36
Argounova-Low, TatianaFrozen: Temporality and Permanency of Roads in Sakha (Yakutia), SiberiaP18
Árnason, ArnarOn færð: melodramas of climate change, weather and mobility in IcelandP18
Aronsson, Kjell-åkeUsing Coprophilous Fungal Spores to Detect Abandoned Reindeer Milking Sites in Northern SwedenP31
Arregui, AníbalRevisiting the Rain-Forest: Environmental diplomacy and the Method of Controlled SeditionP27
Asplund, ThereseHow do visualizations inform sense-making of sustainable futures? Experiences and reflections from Norrköping Decision ArenaP32
Ayeni, Amidu OwolabiIndigenous perceptions on environmental change and its impacts on water resources in Southwestern, NigeriaP31
Babu, SureshUnderstanding climate change as a socio-ecological phenomena in the Indian Trans-HimalayasP16
Bailao, AndreThinking about climate change and imagining nations: producing climate change knowledge in Brazil. P20
Bajrami, AniClimate change and cultural environmental adaptationsP04
Bakaira, MarkusWho's climate ? Who's change ? Various views from rural Northern CameroonP01
Bandakova, Tsvetilena"Seed Sovereignty for Food Security and Livelihood Improvement"- Community-led Efforts in Conservation and Revival of Indigenious Crop Diversity in MaharashtraP43
Bandoni , AndreaAfuá - An amazonian floating city with bicycles.P20
Bankoff, GregCulture, risk perception and climate change - what happens next?P35
Barnaud, CecileObserving wild flora to understand local perceptions of climate change in a temperate rural area of the South-Western France?P01
Benavides, SebastianThe drought, the fire and the guardians: wildfire risk in a south-central Chile national park. P35
Berrocal, Emilio G.Anthropocene is the Right Word: Singing, Visual and KnowingP07
Bettini, GiovanniInto the abyss of the politicalP04
Bhojvaid, VasundharaPlastic Landscapes that Enfold: Documents that MaterializeP02
Bikker, JanHumanitarian actors, cultural practices and the identification process following natural disastersP34
Bishop, LauraScope and scale in palaeoecological reconstructionP24
Boehnert, JoannaMapping Climate Adaption and Communication: Graphic Design as a Problem Solving PracticeP32
Bolsakova, LindaWeathered art : co-creation of humans, art and weatherP15
Bolton, LissantWelcome from the British MuseumPlenary1
Bonnier, AntonEast-west divides? Landscape narratives of the ancient Peloponnese and effects of local climate change in the late first millennium BCP33
Borrevik, CamillaA report from recent anthropological fieldwork at COP21 (Paris 2015)Plenary3
Boston, JanetProtecting People and PlanetFilm2
Boston, Janet"Campaigning for Environmental Justice - How indigenous peoples are seizing the initiative, securing their rights and challenging legal systems that have ignored their ancestral claims".P12
Boyd, EmilyEveryday geographies of resilience: Critical insights for climate change adaptation P21
Boyd, EmilyEveryday disasters with changing climate: A resilience perspectiveP30
Briak, HamzaModeling the Impact of Climate Change on Soil Vulnerability to Water Erosion in North of MoroccoP19
Brichet, NathaliaTiny catastrophes|mild apocalypse. An environmental archaeological investigation of the shallow AnthropoceneP46
Briguglio, LinoA Vulnerability/Resilience Framework with a Special Focus on Small Island StatesP05
Brink, JamesPalaeoenvironments surrounding the main Acheulean occurrences (ca. 1.0 Ma) at Kilombe revealed via a rock magnetic approach of particle size analysisP23
Brink, JamesGeological proxies (environmental magnetism and geochemistry) have been used in reconstructing environmental change atP23
Brown, PeterA severe windstorm in medieval England - Responses and reactions to the St Maur's Day storm of 1362P26
Bruch, AngelaThe paleoecological framework of early hominin dispersal into insular Southeast AsiaP23
Bruckermann, CharlotteHarmful fumes and the family fire: the ambivalence of coal in rural ChinaP50
Bruguera, EliseSmelling in the cold: Homo evolutionary ecology and genetics of olfactionP23
Buck, TrudiIdentifying a common field: on experiencing collaborative research between forensic and social anthropologyP34
Bulgheroni, MauraPerception of climate change impacts. Case study of the agro-pastoral community of GaddiP02
Burgos-Martinez, ElenaWater and wind in-fluxes: the consistency of changeP02
Burgos-Martinez, Elena'The mountain is shrinking': perceptions of change amongst the Bajo of Nain Island, Indonesia.P21
Burquez, AlbertoA dialogue between forms of knowledge in the interpretation and perception of climate within indigenous communities in the state of Sonora, MexicoP06
Butcher, AndreaActors, Assemblages and Future Directions: Ontologies of Climate in the HimalayaP16
Buurman, TomPhotography and Climate Change: Everyday Stories from StockholmP32
Cabasse Mazel, CharlotteSmall island modelisation: an opportunity for dialogue between local and scientific knowledge?P06
Cai, YunciHarmonising the Natural and Human Worlds: Indigenous Cultural Heritage for Adapting to Climate Change in Sabah, East MalaysiaP08
Callison, CandisArctic Journalism: Reporting on climate, economics, and policies for many audiencesP17
Calvillo, NereaForecasting air pollution as worldmakingP44
Campbell, BenThe winds of climate change: some Himalayan reflectionsP16
Cannon, TerryCultures and risk: framing the issues for climate change and disaster reductionP35
Capstick, StuartExploring the everyday contexts of environmentally sustainable behaviour in Brazil and South Africa: a role for cross-cultural psychology?P22
Carabajal, Maria InesFrom Climate Knowledge to Decision making "User interface" experiences in the provision of Climate Services in South AmericaP09
Cárdenas, MacarenaDynamics of the Brazilian Araucaria forest and its responses to human land use and climate change, a long term perspectiveP31
Carson, JohnLooking for anthropogenic forests in Amazonia: the potential and challenges in detecting a legacy of pre-Columbian land use. P31
Castaneira, AlejandroWinds of resistance and the ruthless practices of climate change governance in the Southern Isthmus of Tehuantepec. A case study on the Ikoods and Binizáa local knowledge and their defence of sovereigP39
Chamel, JeanFrench and Swiss Environmentalists Facing 'the End of a World': 'Inner transition', Western Esotericism and the Ontology of AnalogyP27
Chiu, ChihsinRemodeling rooftop squatting with solar photovoltaic systems in Taiwan: An ethnography and an urban political ecology of governing informality P37
Christian, ElaineCultural, Moral, and Political Dimensions of Lutheran Environmental Theology and Tree-planting Schemes on Mt. KilimanjaroP25
Chruszczow, TomaszMechanism for Implementation KeynoteP48
Chruszczow, TomaszClimate change, societies and development: the potential for anthropological engagementPlenary1
Clarkson, GrahamUsing participatory tools to analyse historical climate information and identify crop, livestock and livelihood options with smallholder farmers: the PICSA approachP06
Clochey, LouiseObserving wild flora to understand local perceptions of climate change in a temperate rural area of the South-Western France?P01
Cole, JamesWinter is coming: How to think a northern survival strategy? P23
Colten, CraigRejecting Traditional Resilience: The Immobility Turn in Coastal LouisianaP18
Comberti, ClaudiaClimate Change Adaptation in Amazonian Indigenous Communities: The role of human-ecosystem interactions in supporting positive change P13
Cometti, GeremiaClimate change and the crisis of reciprocal relations among the Q'eros (Cuzco, Peru)P49
Connon, Irena Leisbet CeridwenLocal agency and creative resistance to official emergency flood response advice in Contemporary ScotlandP35
Contreras, DanielUsing Dynamic Socioecological System Modeling to Explore the Footprint of Prehistoric Agriculture in the western Mediterranean P31
Cook, SianThe Return of Remains: How Can Dignity Be Better Safeguarded?P34
Corner, AdamClimate Visuals: An evidence-based resource for visual climate change communicationP32
Crate, SusieTracking the Complexity of Change and Issues of Mobility in MongoliaP18
Crate, SusieCommunity Agency and Climate Justice: Place-Based and Path-DependentPlenary2
Crook, TonyAn overview of anthropological contributions to understanding the climate change scene in the Pacific from local and global perspectivesPlenary3
Crumley, CaroleFuture Solutions from the PastPlenary2
Cuevas, Sophia MariaKeepers of Diversity: Cultural and biodiversity preservation for climate change adaptation among the TagbanuaP08
Dalsgaard, SteffenCarbon credits as the commoditization of absenceP11
David-Barrett, TamasClimatic variation, fire use, cooking, and complex technologiesP23
Davies, NeilSmall island modelisation: an opportunity for dialogue between local and scientific knowledge?P06
de la Barrera, ErickClimate change in the Mexican coffee region: potential changes in productivity and implications to food securityP40
Deri, AndreaTraditional navigators' knowledge of weather and climate change in Lakshadweep, IndiaP18
Dewan, CameliaThe obfuscating narrative of 'climate refugee': Political Ecology and Gendered migration in coastal Bangladesh P30
Dewan, CameliaClimate change as development discourse: increasing vulnerability to risks in Bangladesh?P36
Dickau, RuthPre-Columbian raised-field agriculture in Amazonian Bolivia -- What lessons for sustainable land use today? P31
Diemberger, HildegardPeople of the cryosphere: a cross regional, cross-disciplinary approachP17
Diro, RahelInterdisciplinary entanglements and dialogue within weather based index insuranceP06
Dominy, NathanielSmelling in the cold: Homo evolutionary ecology and genetics of olfactionP23
Dorward, PeterUsing participatory tools to analyse historical climate information and identify crop, livestock and livelihood options with smallholder farmers: the PICSA approachP06
Doyle, JulieUnder The Other's Skin: Creative Conversations for Climate CommunicationP32
Drew, GeorginaSnout Sensorship: Ice Measurements, Emotional Imaginings, and an Anthropologist's Confusion with GlaciologyP44
Easthope, LucyInternational collaboration models for DVI in natural disasters: Future Challenges P34
Edenheiser, IrisVisualizing Climate Change inside the Museum: Objects, Art, and ExhibitionsP32
Edwardson, RachelLooking Back to Move ForwardP17
Eguavoen, IritExpert work, trust building, accountability and political legitimacy in the GambiaP14
Einarsson, NielsSea ice, Climate, and Resource Governance in a Northern Community: The Case of Grímsey Island, IcelandP17
Elder, SarahThin Ice: Addressing whales, beaver and the moral realm of climate change through community collaborative filmmaking in western AlaskaP32
Ellen, RoyBiodiversity erosion and other environmental threats to sustainable living on low-lying banks and reefs: evidence in relation to shifting centres in Moluccan trading networks between 1600 and 1990P13
Elton, SarahScope and scale in palaeoecological reconstructionP24
Esteban, CristinaModelling hominin dispersals during the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (1.2 to 0.6 Ma) in EuropeP23
Evans, MelIdentifying the aesthetics of a cultural shift away from oilP32
Fabiano, Emanuele"The World's End: Climate Change and the Disruption of Interspecific Communication among the Urarina of the Peruvian Amazon"P49
Fair, HannahRising Tides: exploring islander-led responses to climate change in a post-Pam VanuatuP05
Fartade, AdrianUsing Space Data to Create Perspective and Empathy on Long Term Goals in Climate ChangeP07
Finné, MartinEast-west divides? Landscape narratives of the ancient Peloponnese and effects of local climate change in the late first millennium BCP33
Fisher, EleanorCultures of Risk and Security: Farmers, Insurance Innovation and EquityP35
Fiske, ShirleyAnthropologists Take On Climate ChangePlenary2
Fiske, ShirleyCommunity Agency and Climate Justice: Place-Based and Path-DependentPlenary2
Fleischmann, AdamClimate change humans & climate change action: worlds of possibility in North American science and activism.P11
Fleming, JamesWeather and Climate Anti-skyscapes and Anti-soundscapes: Artistic, scientific, and public engagementsP44
Flikke, RuneColonial atmospheres and the emergence of racial identities in South AfricaP02
Forbes, BruceSámi reindeer herders' perspectives on tundra shrubification P01
Forbes, BruceUsing Coprophilous Fungal Spores to Detect Abandoned Reindeer Milking Sites in Northern SwedenP31
Fowler, GillianFamily engagement and traditional anthropological techniques: identifying victims of a landslide without a DNA profile.P34
Frazier, CamilleRising Temperatures as Social Critique in India's "Air Conditioned City"P02
Fredengren, ChristinaHeritage Nature:culturesP46
Fulcher, MicheleThe Fijian Vanua and Climate Change: Strengthening Institutional Approaches by Integrating Traditional Peoples Cultural Response to Climate RiskP35
Fulcher, MicheleWhere the Masalai Roam: The Capacity of Non-Human Forms to Mediate Responses to Climate Change in Morobe Province of Papua New GuineaP49
Gal, EmilyClimate, weather and prehistoric sand movement in Scottish islands: the importance of a mixed methods approachP33
Galipeau, BrendanTibetan Ecological Entrepreneurs and Buddhist Environmental Ethics: Balancing Commodity Economies, Ethnic Representation, and Ecological Health in Shangri-La, ChinaP37
Ganton, SamuelMyth, Map, and Mackintosh: A Taxonomy of Weather DevicesP52
Gardin, ChloéThe 'relative' invisibility of local knowledge and religious beliefs in 'natural' disaster and climate policies? Some issues from a pastoral sahelian community.P35
Garine, EricWho's climate ? Who's change ? Various views from rural Northern CameroonP01
Garnett, EmmaModelling and sensing the atmosphere: an exploration of environmental decision-making through scientific data practices.P09
Garrard, ChrisThe Presence of Oil and the Absence of Crisis: Museums, Sponsors and a Social LicenseP11
Gerasimova, KseniaEnvironmental NGOs in South Asia: strategies for partnershipsP43
Gesing, FriederikeWorking with Nature in Aotearoa New Zealand: Coastal Protection for the AnthropoceneP36
Ghosh, AdityaEveryday disasters with changing climate: A resilience perspectiveP30
Ghosh, UpasonaLiving with uncertainty in dynamic environments: The case of Kutch and Sunderbans in IndiaP20
Gowlett, JohnPalaeoenvironments surrounding the main Acheulean occurrences (ca. 1.0 Ma) at Kilombe revealed via a rock magnetic approach of particle size analysisP23
Gowlett, JohnGeological proxies (environmental magnetism and geochemistry) have been used in reconstructing environmental change atP23
Granjon, LaurentBiological invasions and the risk of emerging infectious zoonosis: weighting the many factors of diseases emergence by understanding geographic pathogenic systemsP28
Greatrex, HelenInterdisciplinary entanglements and dialogue within weather based index insuranceP06
Greatrex, HelenCultures of Risk and Security: Farmers, Insurance Innovation and EquityP35
Greenidge, NicoleIntegrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation Risk Governance: Is it achieving sustainability in Barbados?P05
Gregorio de Souza, JonasOut of Amazonia: Late Holocene Climate Change and the Tupi-Guarani Trans-Continental ExpansionP31
Gregorio de Souza, JonasThe making of the forest: past human impact on species distribution in the southern Brazilian highlandsP31
Grismore, AudreyRejecting Traditional Resilience: The Immobility Turn in Coastal LouisianaP18
Großmann, KristinaGender relations, reproduction, and environmental transformations P50
Guiot, JoelUsing Dynamic Socioecological System Modeling to Explore the Footprint of Prehistoric Agriculture in the western Mediterranean P31
Gummer, Lord Deben, JohnOpening RemarksPlenary1
Haines, SophieReckoning resources and anticipating atmospheric futures in BelizeP09
Hambrecht, GeorgeaDNA as a Tool for the Recovery of Lost Genetic Diversity P08
Handschumacher, PascalBiological invasions and the risk of emerging infectious zoonosis: weighting the many factors of diseases emergence by understanding geographic pathogenic systemsP28
Hannah, DehliaA Year Without a Winter: A Collective Thought ExperimentP44
Harms, ArneCitizenship at Sea: Environmental Displacement and State Relations in the Indian SundarbansP45
Harradine, DavidUnder The Other's Skin: Creative Conversations for Climate CommunicationP32
Harrault, Loic Ethnographic, Ethnohistorical and Geoarchaeological Perspectives on the Origin of Reindeer Husbandry in Northwestern SiberiaP33
Harrison, RodneyConserving diversity: Understanding biological, cultural, linguistic and ecological diversity conservation practices in comparative perspectiveP08
Harun, AbanteeClimate Change and Disaster Resilience: Traditional Farming in Rural BangladeshP43
Haslam, CallumAn Analysis Of Canadian Green Bond P3s For The Purpose Of SustainabilityP41
Hasna, KaneezFactors affecting the Development of Urban Food Gardens P13
Haupt, SusanneThe paleoecological framework of early hominin dispersal into insular Southeast AsiaP23
Hazelgrove-Planel, LucieRumours of ChangeP35
Heffernan, ClaireClimate change and Infectious Disease in the Arctic: Are we opening Pandora's box?P28
Hellin, JonCultures of Risk and Security: Farmers, Insurance Innovation and EquityP35
Hereniko, VilsoniA discussion of the interconnections between Pacific studies and the region’s creative arts, with emphasis on activist agendas and non-conventional channels for political influencePlenary3
Hermann, ElfriedeSealevel Rise as Drama: Transforming the Threat from Climate Change in KiribatiP32
Hermesse, JulieAgroecological experiments in Guatemala: agricultural resilience to socio-ecological changesP39
Herries, AndyPalaeoenvironments surrounding the main Acheulean occurrences (ca. 1.0 Ma) at Kilombe revealed via a rock magnetic approach of particle size analysisP23
Hertler, ChristineModelling hominin dispersals during the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (1.2 to 0.6 Ma) in EuropeP23
Hertler, ChristineThe paleoecological framework of early hominin dispersal into insular Southeast AsiaP23
Hess, JantoIncluding Tourism Enterprises to Finance Climate Change Adaptation: Exploring the Potential in Small Island Developing StatesP05
Hidalgo, CeciliaFrom Climate Knowledge to Decision making "User interface" experiences in the provision of Climate Services in South AmericaP09
Hilbert, Lautaro MaximilianInvestigating Plant Management in the Tucumã (Pará-Brazil) and Monte Castelo (Rondônia- Brazil) ShellMidden using Phytoliths AnalysisP31
Hirons, MarkGoverning Climate Resilient Coffee in EthiopiaP40
Hoare, SallyPalaeoenvironments surrounding the main Acheulean occurrences (ca. 1.0 Ma) at Kilombe revealed via a rock magnetic approach of particle size analysisP23
Hoare, SallyGeological proxies (environmental magnetism and geochemistry) have been used in reconstructing environmental change atP23
Hoffman, Michael TimmThe fog of historical ecology: an interdisciplinary collaboration investigating vegetation change in relation to human impacts, global drivers and climate change projections in the Namib desertP06
Holmberg, KarenLet's talk about the weather: Imaging, imagining, and merging the aurora borealis, volcanic lightning, and giant squid in an age of uncanny anxietyP46
Hölzchen, EricsonModelling hominin dispersals during the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (1.2 to 0.6 Ma) in EuropeP23
Homewood, KatherineCultivating Nile Islands: crop choices, land-use and environmental changes in modern and ancient northern SudanP33
Hoover, KaraSmelling in the cold: Homo evolutionary ecology and genetics of olfactionP23
Hopley, PhilEvaluating the proposed causal links between African climate change and early hominin evolutionP24
Horstkotte, TimSámi reindeer herders' perspectives on tundra shrubification P01
Hosfield, RobertWinter is coming: How to think a northern survival strategy? P23
Howard, Patricia'The Concept of Value and the Value of Concepts: Reconceptualising How Humans Value Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services'P13
Hreinsson, ViðarCross-Disciplinary Investigations of the Long-Term Sustainability of Human Ecodynamic Systems in Northeastern IcelandP33
Huett, BruceEnvisaging nature: Creative communication of climate change messages using visual artists and school childrenP32
Hulme, MikeKnowing in the field: how do Northern Thai farmers make sense of weather and climate change?P15
Hunt, ChrisFragility, change and response: prehistoric Malta and the environmental record.P46
Hviding, EdvardAn overview of the long run of Pacific Islanders’ engagements with volatile environments, and how the anthropological record can give unexpected lessons for the futurePlenary3
Ingeborgrud, LinaExploring Knowledge Practices in Sustainable Urban DevelopmentP09
Iriarte, JoseOut of Amazonia: Late Holocene Climate Change and the Tupi-Guarani Trans-Continental ExpansionP31
Iriarte, JoseDynamics of the Brazilian Araucaria forest and its responses to human land use and climate change, a long term perspectiveP31
Iriarte, JosePre-Columbian raised-field agriculture in Amazonian Bolivia -- What lessons for sustainable land use today? P31
Iriarte, JoseInvestigating Plant Management in the Tucumã (Pará-Brazil) and Monte Castelo (Rondônia- Brazil) ShellMidden using Phytoliths AnalysisP31
James, KirstinWhat Role Does Storytelling Potentially Play in Sustainability?P11
Jankovic, VladimirThe Ethics of Atmosfear: High-Impact Weather Events and the Governance of Climate ChangeP26
Jent, KarenReproducing The Microenvironment - Self-Organisation of Laboratory-Grown Organoids In ScotlandP50
Jerstad, HeidWater flows, rock flows, but people do not: rain-related landslides and halted movement for waged labour and fodder collection in the Indian HimalayasP18
Jobbova, EvaNew Research into the Dynamics of human-environment relationships in the Maya regionP33
Johnson-Bell, LindaViticulture's Global Water Footprint: An Unaffordable Luxury?P38
Jones, FionaMammal species turnover in Koobi Fora is correlated with hominin diversity and maps onto paleoclimate pulses.P24
Jones, RebeccaSlow catastrophes: using historic farm diaries to explore drought resilience P26
Jones, RichardOut of Amazonia: Late Holocene Climate Change and the Tupi-Guarani Trans-Continental ExpansionP31
Jordan, JoanneMigration as an Adaptation to Coastal Erosion? Evidence from Chaukatali in South-east BangladeshP30
Jordan, JoanneRisk Perception: Local Priorities and Realities influencing Responses to Climate Change in Coastal BangladeshP35
Juday, GlennThe Challenge of Building Spiritual Strength during Climate Adaptation in Rural Communities of Northern AlaskaP17
Júlíusson, Árni DaníelCross-Disciplinary Investigations of the Long-Term Sustainability of Human Ecodynamic Systems in Northeastern IcelandP33
Katz, EstherPeople, water, fish and plants: Interactions between environmental and social changes in a floodplain of the Brazilian AmazonP01
Katz, EstherFrom representation to action in Totonac CommunitiesP39
Keimeinova, TaisiiaWeather, floods and forest fires in Northeastern SiberiaP17
Keimetinov, VasiliiWeather, floods and forest fires in Northeastern SiberiaP17
Kelly, Robert L.Future Solutions from the PastPlenary2
Kelman, IlanIncluding Tourism Enterprises to Finance Climate Change Adaptation: Exploring the Potential in Small Island Developing StatesP05
Kelman, IlanVoices from small island developing states (SIDS) on decision-making processes for migration linked to climate changeP30
Kelman, IlanTempophilia for the future? Understanding temporal perspectives for displacement-related decision-making under climate change in low-lying island communitiesP45
Kempf, WolfgangSealevel Rise as Drama: Transforming the Threat from Climate Change in KiribatiP32
Kim, Dong JuCrop ontologies, ontography or biosemiotics? - Towards a new ethnography of agriculture P19
Kirman, AlanUsing Dynamic Socioecological System Modeling to Explore the Footprint of Prehistoric Agriculture in the western Mediterranean P31
Kleemann, KatrinA strategy to cope with extreme weather: The Gleichberg and Cottaberg 'Eruptions' of 1783P26
Klepp, Silja Climate Change Migration from a Pacific Island Perspective - The Anthropology of Emerging Legal OrdersP45
Klevnäs, AlisonAcquiring, transforming, consuming materials: artefactual archaeology as environmental humanityP46
Klevnäs, AlisonArchaeology and the Environmental Humanities, archaeology as environmental humanity. An introduction to Panel 46P46
Knox, HannahEcologising Infrastructure? Rethinking the city in a time of climate change. P41
Kock, RichardExtreme events, indicators of Planetary Health? Saiga antelope of the central Asian steppe.P28
Koerner, StephanieRethinking Culture and Climate Change with Animals: Upper-Palaeolithic Perspectives P01
Koerner, StephanieRevisiting Evan-Prichard's of "Ecological Time" - Rethinking Processes of Objectification P42
Konhamkakkada, Idrees BabuTraditional navigators' knowledge of weather and climate change in Lakshadweep, IndiaP18
Krause, FranzKeli and climate change: enabling and disabling movement in Finnish LaplandP18
Krivoshapkin, NikolaiWeather, floods and forest fires in Northeastern SiberiaP17
Kuoppamaa, MariUsing Coprophilous Fungal Spores to Detect Abandoned Reindeer Milking Sites in Northern SwedenP31
Kuyakanon Knapp, RiamsaraFrom ecumenical alliance to holy dominion: A brief and partial history of organized religion's activist engagement with environmentalism and climate changeP25
Kvanneid, Aase JeanetteWhose hands holds the weather?P02
Lafrenz Samuels, KathrynClimate Impacts to Cultural Practices of Biodiversity on the UNESCO Heritage ListsP08
Lahsen, MyannaAnthropology and the Trouble of Risk SocietyPlenary1
Lammel, AnnamariaPeople, water, fish and plants: Interactions between environmental and social changes in a floodplain of the Brazilian AmazonP01
Lammel, AnnamariaFrom representation to action in Totonac CommunitiesP39
Landstrom, CatharinaHow big is a drought? The hybrid constitution of spatial scale in environmental modellingP09
Lane, PaulPast perspectives from East Africa on the Sustainable Development Goals P31
Lane, PaulWeathering climate change in eastern Africa: substantive archaeological data and conceptual challengesP46
Lang, UrsulaBecoming attuned to weather through yard engagementsP15
Larsen, Anne Eg Experiencing climate in preindustrial GreenlandP46
Larsson Blind, ÅsaSámi reindeer herders' perspectives on tundra shrubification P01
Lazrus, HeatherInfusing Diverse Perceptions of Time and Risk into Climate Science and PolicyP20
Lazrus, HeatherAdaptation for whom and to what?Plenary2
Lembaid, IbtissameImpact of Conservation Agriculture on Physical, Chemical Properties of Soils of Morocco (Meknes Ain- Bitit)P19
Li, XiaoyueSustaining Livelihood: Risk Perceptions of Yi Farmers under Agricultural Transformation in Yunnan, Southwest ChinaP37
Liebow, EdwardFrontiers/Next StepsPlenary2
Liste, LucíaExploring Knowledge Practices in Sustainable Urban DevelopmentP09
Litzinger, RalphSnowpiercer: Planetary Futures and the End of CapitalismP44
Liu, YumingThe relation between early human society and environmentP52
Liu, YurongUnderstanding the role of environmental subjectivities in shaping collaborative governance of reforestation in China.P37
Loovers, Jan Peter LaurensThe Changing Land: Movement, Knowledge, Skills and Climate Change in the Canadian NorthP18
Lopez, Esther"Everyone will see what President Morales is doing." Amazonian people's utilization of international cooperations as allies against their pro-indigenous government P41
Lou, Loretta Ieng TakWhat is to be sustained? On "green living" as a politics of hope in Hong KongP37
Lucaccioni, HéloïseBiological invasions and the risk of emerging infectious zoonosis: weighting the many factors of diseases emergence by understanding geographic pathogenic systemsP28
Lucero, LisaFuture Solutions from the PastPlenary2
Luedecke, TinaThe paleoecological framework of early hominin dispersal into insular Southeast AsiaP23
Luque, DianaA dialogue between forms of knowledge in the interpretation and perception of climate within indigenous communities in the state of Sonora, MexicoP06
Mallavarapu, Ram BabuIndigenous Communities, Subsistence Economic Systems and Nature Conservation Practices in India: An Anthropological Approach P43
Maller, CecilyThe materiality of weather in 'Mango Madness' season: how heat and humidity co-produce everyday practices in Australia's Monsoonal NorthP02
Malone, CarolineFragility, change and response: prehistoric Malta and the environmental record.P46
Mancuso, Alessandro(Cosmo)politics of 'green economy' projects in the Wayuu territory of Colombian GuajiraP39
Mannam, KoteswararaoIndigenous Communities, Subsistence Economic Systems and Nature Conservation Practices in India: An Anthropological Approach P43
Marchant, RobPast perspectives from East Africa on the Sustainable Development Goals P31
Marin, AndreiThe roots of 'perfect storms'. Understanding the role of globalization in Mongolian pastoralists' vulnerability to climate changeP12
Marin, AndreiMobility, territoriality, reciprocity: Spatial and institutional dimensions of Mongolian pastoralists' adaptation to climate changeP18
Marin, FrancescaWeather and artisanal fishing: from forecasts to creativityP15
Marshall, JimCarbonates as indicators of the palaeohydrology of Bed I and Lower Bed II lake margin sediments at Olduvai Gorge, TanzaniaP24
Martin, MaxmillanRadio Monsoon: Marine weather for artisanal fishers, with feedback to forecastersP18
Martin, NastassiaEcological metamorphosis and subarctic animism among the Gwich'in (Alaska) and the Even (Kamchatka)P49
Martin del Campo-Hermosillo, LuzMapping the Commodification of Tourism, Rainforest Conversion, and Lacandón Maya Self-Identity Resulting in Evolving Biodiversity Indicators. P08
Martinez-Yrizar, AngelinaA dialogue between forms of knowledge in the interpretation and perception of climate within indigenous communities in the state of Sonora, MexicoP06
Maslin, MarkThe Cradle of Humanity: Documenting the tectonic and climate changes in Africa over the last 10 million yearsP24
Maslin, MarkMammal species turnover in Koobi Fora is correlated with hominin diversity and maps onto paleoclimate pulses.P24
Mateos, AnaModelling hominin dispersals during the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (1.2 to 0.6 Ma) in EuropeP23
Mathur, ChandanaAnthropologists are from Venus, STEM Scientists are from Mars: Pondering the Challenges of Inter-disciplinary Research on the Solar Disinfection of Drinking WaterP22
Mayle, FrancisLooking for anthropogenic forests in Amazonia: the potential and challenges in detecting a legacy of pre-Columbian land use. P31
Mayle, FrancisOut of Amazonia: Late Holocene Climate Change and the Tupi-Guarani Trans-Continental ExpansionP31
Mayle, FrancisDynamics of the Brazilian Araucaria forest and its responses to human land use and climate change, a long term perspectiveP31
Mayle, FrancisPre-Columbian raised-field agriculture in Amazonian Bolivia -- What lessons for sustainable land use today? P31
McElwee, PamelaGeneration, Use and Trust of Climate Change Knowledge among Flood Affected Communities and Scientists in Vietnam P20
McHenry, LindsayHigh frequency lake cycles at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, significance in hominin evolutionary studies and drillcore correlation.P24
McLaughlin, RowanFragility, change and response: prehistoric Malta and the environmental record.P46
McMaster, GeraldVisualizing Climate Change inside the Museum: Objects, Art, and ExhibitionsP32
McQuaid, Katie"So much has changed that even people have changed themselves": Intergenerational imaginaries of climate change in Jinja, Uganda.P02
McQuaid, KatieUn-imagining the future: Exploring urban imaginaries of climate change in Jinja, UgandaP03
Mehta, LylaClimate change and uncertainty from 'above' and 'below'P21
Ménez, FlorenceWater and the Other: variations in the perception of fluids through the prism of appropriation strategies of exotic and invasive filtering molluscs in the Venitian lagoonP38
Merli, ClaudiaIdentifying a common field: on experiencing collaborative research between forensic and social anthropologyP34
Mészáros, CsabaLive landscapes and transitive communities in subarctic YakutiaP49
Milek, Karen Ethnographic, Ethnohistorical and Geoarchaeological Perspectives on the Origin of Reindeer Husbandry in Northwestern SiberiaP33
Möderndorfer, MarliesAlp-farm workers' perception of the weather Seasonal mountain-grazing and extreme weather situations in SwitzerlandP47
Moernaut, RenéeThe Helpless Polar Bear and the Suffering Child, or the Resilient Victim? (Re)negotiating Anthropocentrism and Biocentrism in the Media: A Case Study on Two Multimodal Climate Change FramesP32
Moncada, StefanoA Vulnerability/Resilience Framework with a Special Focus on Small Island StatesP05
Mondragon, CarlosRethinking the co-production of environmental knowledge: views from OceaniaP20
Mrabet, RachidImpact of Conservation Agriculture on Physical, Chemical Properties of Soils of Morocco (Meknes Ain- Bitit)P19
Mrabet, RachidModeling the Impact of Climate Change on Soil Vulnerability to Water Erosion in North of MoroccoP19
Mulch, AndreasThe paleoecological framework of early hominin dispersal into insular Southeast AsiaP23
Munro, CatherineShaped by storms: The role of weather in making Shetland ponies "Shetland" P15
Murphy, ArthurA dialogue between forms of knowledge in the interpretation and perception of climate within indigenous communities in the state of Sonora, MexicoP06
Murphy, DanielScenario Practice and the Politics of Co-Production: Building Equity and Reflexivity into Climate Change Adaptation Planning through the 'Anthropology of Time'P03
Murtagh, ChantelleThe myth of Wanamei and the REDD+ Indigena initiativeP27
Murthy, ValliSeeing the social blind spot in a technology focused sub-culture: On the ground experience of climate adaptation planning in manufacturing industriesP22
Nash, NickExploring the everyday contexts of environmentally sustainable behaviour in Brazil and South Africa: a role for cross-cultural psychology?P22
Nation, CynthiaFood, Weather and Feelings: Impacts of Climate Change on Alaska Native Social Life and EmotionsP17
Naylor, SimonExtreme Weather on the Edge of the World: School Log Books and Hebridean LifeP26
Ndiema, EmmanuelArchaeology of Kakapel Rock art site: preliminary results from recent researchP23
Nelson, SharonThe Other Green Gold: "The impact of Climate Change on Blue Mountain Coffee"P40
Niederer, SabineMapping Climate Change Discourses in Twitter P32
Nieman, AdamKeeping it real: concrete visualisation for non-engaged audiencesP32
Nöbauer, HertaTroubling weather, snow management and work ethics in a glacier ski resort in the Austrian Alps.P47
Ntalla, IridaEncountering climate change through immersive and interactive environments in museum spaces'P32
Nunag, AngelitoLearning from the Locals on Environment Management and Dealing with Disasters: The Case of Talim Island, PhilippinesP51
Ogilvie, AstridSea ice, Climate, and Resource Governance in a Northern Community: The Case of Grímsey Island, IcelandP17
Ogilvie, AstridCross-Disciplinary Investigations of the Long-Term Sustainability of Human Ecodynamic Systems in Northeastern IcelandP33
Ogilvie, ElizabethOut of IceFilm2
Ogola, ChristineGeological proxies (environmental magnetism and geochemistry) have been used in reconstructing environmental change atP23
Ogola, ChristineArchaeology of Kakapel Rock art site: preliminary results from recent researchP23
Ogra, AnshuMaking weather work: climate science, situated knowledge and coffee growers in South IndiaP06
Oliver-Smith, AnthonyAdaptation for whom and to what?Plenary2
Olmedo, MarcelaAnticipatory practices for new socio-climatic issues: a case study in the NorthWestern Italian AlpsP35
Olvida, ImeldaKeepers of Diversity: Cultural and biodiversity preservation for climate change adaptation among the TagbanuaP08
Onjala, IsayaPalaeoenvironments surrounding the main Acheulean occurrences (ca. 1.0 Ma) at Kilombe revealed via a rock magnetic approach of particle size analysisP23
Oppermann, ElspethThe materiality of weather in 'Mango Madness' season: how heat and humidity co-produce everyday practices in Australia's Monsoonal NorthP02
Ott, CameronPresence into Absence: The role of technosceintific expertise and the post-political in shaping the social life of climate changeP11
Paerregaard, KarstenDangerous Purity: Tensions in Andean Offering Ceremonies at a Time of Climate ChangeP25
Paini, AnnaIt seemed like velvet: Cultural Nature in the Veneto DolomitesP47
Palombo, Maria RitaModelling hominin dispersals during the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (1.2 to 0.6 Ma) in EuropeP23
Pandey, RishikeshHuman Ecological Implications of Climate Change in the Himalaya: Investigating Opportunities for Adaptation in the Kaligandaki Basin, Nepal P06
Park, Hyun-GwiWeather and market price: how has the watermelon cultivation become gambling in the Russian Far East?P19
Pathak, NupurEcumenical vision promotes Tibetans' worldviews with endorphins: Exiled voice eco-harmony crisisP25
Pauwels, LucThe Helpless Polar Bear and the Suffering Child, or the Resilient Victim? (Re)negotiating Anthropocentrism and Biocentrism in the Media: A Case Study on Two Multimodal Climate Change FramesP32
Pearce, RebeccaWater Saving in Drought Conditions: Maximising options in new modern societies.P38
Peck, JuliaArtwash and Influence: Photography and Climate Change in the Prix PictetP32
Pellegrino, ManuelaMinority languages degrowth and performative growthP07
Penrose, SefrynConserving diversity: Understanding biological, cultural, linguistic and ecological diversity conservation practices in comparative perspectiveP08
Perera, DilshanieMeteorology in a Time of Uncertain Weather: Forecasting the Future in BangladeshP44
Permanto, Stefan"We are awaiting our deaths, this is the end of days": Q'eqchi' Maya Notions of Climate Change P27
Permanto, StefanOntological Discrepancies: Alternative Notions of Deforestation and Climate Change in GuatemalaP49
Petrie, CameronAdaptation to variable environments and resilience to climate change in Indus northwest IndiaP46
Piesik, SandraCriteria for the Adaptation and Implementation of COP21 Paris Agreement in the Context of Technology Development and Transfer of Renewable ResourcesP48
Pillai, Janardhanan SundaresanTraditional navigators' knowledge of weather and climate change in Lakshadweep, IndiaP18
Plaan, JoonasWeather and its dynamic meanings: Fishers interpretations of weather events in Kihnu Island, Estonia.P51
Plummer, ThomasScope and scale in palaeoecological reconstructionP24
Pokrant, BobNegotiating the relationship between climate change adaptation and development planning in Bangladesh. Transformative or system-maintaining? P12
Pokrant, BobState, business and changing local livelihood strategies in Southwest BangladeshP41
Povoroznyuk, OlgaTradition and Change in Local Communities along the Railroad (mobility, resources and identity politics in the BAM Region).P41
Puri, RajindraThe role of knowledge and information systems in human adaptation to biodiversity change P13
Questa, AlessandroEchoes on a broken world. Nawa narratives and reflections on modernity, spirits, and human actions.P27
Rahman, ElizabethThe greedy anaconda and the rainy spell of the mythic frog Aru: Winter for the Warekena of the north-western Brazilian AmazonP04
Raimond, ChristineWho's climate ? Who's change ? Various views from rural Northern CameroonP01
Ramírez-i-Ollé, Meritxell"The Chimp's side of the story" (Part II)P06
Ramírez-i-Ollé, Meritxell"From 'Climate Sceptic' to 'Dendro-Sociologist': Communicating Science in Action" (Part I) P06
Ramírez-i-Ollé, MeritxellA Comparison of Social Science Research on Paleoclimatology.P06
Rasmus, Stacy Food, Weather and Feelings: Impacts of Climate Change on Alaska Native Social Life and EmotionsP17
Rayner, SteveDiscussionPlenary2
Reyniers, Camille Deconstructing the REDD+ narrative: A comparison of discourses and practices in the implementation of the politics in the Democratic Republic of CongoP14
Ribeiro Duarte, TiagoA Comparison of Social Science Research on Paleoclimatology.P06
Ribeiro Duarte, TiagoHow paleoceanographers and paleo-modellers came to collaborate effectivelyP06
Rico, TrinidadBeyond extinction: Survivor trees and the problem of lossP08
Riede, FelixPast-forwarding ancient calamities. Possibilistic thinking, historical thinking and disaster risk reductionP03
Riede, FelixTiny catastrophes|mild apocalypse. An environmental archaeological investigation of the shallow AnthropoceneP46
Riede, FelixArchaeology and the Environmental Humanities, archaeology as environmental humanity. An introduction to Panel 46P46
Rizvi, KarenVanguard and Vernacular: Green Construction from Local to International in the MENA RegionP48
Robbins Schug, GwenBegotten of Corruption? Climate change, crisis, and stigmatization of leprosy in the second millennium BCE, South AsiaP33
Robinson, MarkThe making of the forest: past human impact on species distribution in the southern Brazilian highlandsP31
Rodriguez, JesusModelling hominin dispersals during the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (1.2 to 0.6 Ma) in EuropeP23
Roedder, SimoneEmbedded STS in climate researchP06
Rohde, RickThe fog of historical ecology: an interdisciplinary collaboration investigating vegetation change in relation to human impacts, global drivers and climate change projections in the Namib desertP06
Romanowska, IzaModelling hominin dispersals during the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (1.2 to 0.6 Ma) in EuropeP23
Rosengren, DanThere's something in the air: Amazon people's perceptions of atmospheric phenomena.P15
Rosero, PaulinaMulti-temporal Analysis of Agriculture and Environmental Landscapes: Can past practices be adopted as adaptation measures to weather variability? P31
Rosero, PaulinaCommunity based Monitoring of Microclimate in Agroecological Gardens at high altitudes as a measure taken to Adapt to Climate ChangeP48
Royer, Marie-JeanneEastern Canadian Subarctic and a rapidly changing worldP17
Royer, Marie-JeanneThe act of remembering, 300 years of flood documentary data in the UKP26
Rucina, StephenPalaeoenvironments surrounding the main Acheulean occurrences (ca. 1.0 Ma) at Kilombe revealed via a rock magnetic approach of particle size analysisP23
Rucina, StephenGeological proxies (environmental magnetism and geochemistry) have been used in reconstructing environmental change atP23
Rushworth, ElisabethCarbonates as indicators of the palaeohydrology of Bed I and Lower Bed II lake margin sediments at Olduvai Gorge, TanzaniaP24
Ryan, PhilippaCultivating Nile Islands: crop choices, land-use and environmental changes in modern and ancient northern SudanP33
Salaru, Maria Making a whole in the water: an anthropological approach to water consumption in urban RomaniaP38
Samuels, JoshuaAfter Wheat: Revitalizing Sicilian Agriculture through Heritage Tourism P08
Sayre, MatthewPreserving Andean Food Heritage in the era of Melting GlaciersP08
Schaan, DeniseInvestigating Plant Management in the Tucumã (Pará-Brazil) and Monte Castelo (Rondônia- Brazil) ShellMidden using Phytoliths AnalysisP31
Schick, KathyHigh frequency lake cycles at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, significance in hominin evolutionary studies and drillcore correlation.P24
Schick, KathyCarbonates as indicators of the palaeohydrology of Bed I and Lower Bed II lake margin sediments at Olduvai Gorge, TanzaniaP24
Schipper, LisaMultiple Truths: Understanding Conditions that Facilitate Cultural Shifts in Response to Climate Variability and Natural HazardsP25
Schmitt, EdwinOn the Dual Identity of Air Pollution and Sustainable Politics in ChinaP37
Schneider, AlmutDiscussionP47
Schober, ElisabethOf seismic shifts and the reclaiming of "power". Current Disputes over Fossil Fuel-based Energy Generation and Climate Change in the PhilippinesP12
Schorn, LauriDynamics of the Brazilian Araucaria forest and its responses to human land use and climate change, a long term perspectiveP31
Schrenk, FriedemannThe paleoecological framework of early hominin dispersal into insular Southeast AsiaP23
Schroer, Sara AsuAirborne creatures: weathering, movement and perception in falconry practice P15
Schultz, DavidThe Ethics of Atmosfear: High-Impact Weather Events and the Governance of Climate ChangeP26
Scott, DavidNo time for that: How only a re-engineered anthropology can engage the challenges of the anthropoceneP22
Shankland, DavidWelcomePlenary1
Sharma, RishiUnderstanding climate change as a socio-ecological phenomena in the Indian Trans-HimalayasP16
Shaw, JuliaArchaeologies of religion, nature and environmental ethics in ancient IndiaP46
Shelton, ClareSocial Capital and Adaptive Capacity in a Fijian iTaukei community: the Vanua and kinship relationships supporting and hindering environmental change responses P49
Sherpa, PasangComplexities of Himalayan Climate ChangeP16
Shultz, SusanneMammal species turnover in Koobi Fora is correlated with hominin diversity and maps onto paleoclimate pulses.P24
Siegele, LindaThe Framework for Pacific Regionalism: Regional governance of climate change and health in Pacific islands countriesP05
Sigurdardottir, RagnhildurCross-Disciplinary Investigations of the Long-Term Sustainability of Human Ecodynamic Systems in Northeastern IcelandP33
Sillitoe, PaulFornicating frogs: local Bangla knowledge of climate change?P48
Simard, CandideOf language, land, and peopleP27
Simms, JessicaRejecting Traditional Resilience: The Immobility Turn in Coastal LouisianaP18
Simonetti, CristiánWeathering climateP02
Simonetti, CristiánThe Anthropocene: A fossilized view of becomingP42
Singer, AndreWelcome from the RAIPlenary1
Singh, RashmiUnderstanding climate change as a socio-ecological phenomena in the Indian Trans-HimalayasP16
Skrydstrup, MartinA Comparison of Social Science Research on Paleoclimatology.P06
Solli, BritArchaeology of the Cryosphere in the Anthropocene: The Norwegian CaseP46
Sourdril, AnneObserving wild flora to understand local perceptions of climate change in a temperate rural area of the South-Western France?P01
Speirs, JenniferWeather TalkP51
Srivastava, ShilpiLiving with uncertainty in dynamic environments: The case of Kutch and Sunderbans in IndiaP20
Stam, RenéeCreating coherence between governmental and non-governmental governance structures: Exploring the effects of NGO adaptation intervention programmes on local politics in Northern Ghana.P14
Stancioff, Charlotte EloiseImpacts of landscape change on community well being in small island contexts P05
Stanistreet, IanHigh frequency lake cycles at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, significance in hominin evolutionary studies and drillcore correlation.P24
Stanistreet, IanCarbonates as indicators of the palaeohydrology of Bed I and Lower Bed II lake margin sediments at Olduvai Gorge, TanzaniaP24
Stensrud, AstridDrought, debt and claims for water justice in the Colca-Majes watershed, PeruP12
Stensrud, AstridA comparative comment from another climate change frontline, and remarks on the Moana Rua filmPlenary3
Stentiford, DavidMaking Climates Present: The Atmospheric Imaginaries of Klaus Schafler and Karolina Sobecka P44
Stephan, ChristianeUnderstanding practices of risk making and management - A "riskscape" approach for analysing social & spatial practices related to climate risks in Chiapas, MexicoP35
Stepp, John RichardIndigenous Tea Farmers' Responses and Adaptations to Climate ChangeP01
Stevenson, Mark'Invisible Sun:' Sustainability Fields and the Elision of Climate ChangeP11
Stigter, Kees (C.J.)Improved climate resilience of Indonesian farmers through Science Field Shops, a new participatory extension approachP19
Stigter, Kees (C.J.)Climate Services in agriculture as support to agrometeorological learning: agrometeorology in need of a stronger farmer focus needs anthropological guidanceP22
Stoddart, SimonFragility, change and response: prehistoric Malta and the environmental record.P46
Stoll, EmilieShaping the landscape: Relations between non-humans and riverine dwellers in changing Amazonian wetlandsP49
Strauss, SarahDriving Change: Culture, Consumption, and EquityPlenary2
Strava, CristianaWeathering the Future: Green-city development and the political ecology of industrial upgrading in Morocco P36
Stump, DarylPast perspectives from East Africa on the Sustainable Development Goals P31
Swee, HannahMaking Sense of Cyclones in Far North Queensland, Australia P35
Szerszynski, BronislawClimate change and the combined and uneven 'geo-spiritual formation' of the AnthropoceneP27
Sørensen, MikkelInuit and climate change in prehistoric eastern Arctic: a perspective from GreenlandP46
Taddei, RenzoAlter geoengineeringP20
Tallè, CristianoThe (un)sustainability of the wind. Meteorological agency and political conflict in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, MexicoP39
Taplin, RoslynVisual arts inquiry into climate change: Towards a different subjectivity and paradigm shiftP32
Taylor, PeterCycles, irregular periods and the unpredictable vs linear extrapolation, prediction and control: are there social and psychological issues in the construction of climate knowledge?P06
Taylor, Peter Visualising Climate Change: renewable energy and the landscape of 2050P32
Taylor, VanessaStorms, Risk and Coastal Communities, 1790 to todayP26
Thomlison, AdamDomesticating the oil sands: A semiotic analysis of visual food analogiesP32
Thornton, ThomasUsing local and Indigenous Ecological knowledge to examine local-scale perceptions, effects of, and adaptation to, climate change on human/landscape interactions on the Pacific Coast of North AmericaP13
Thorsen, Line MarieThe Anthropocene as aesthetic practice - new artistic imaginaries in the hybrid spaces of art-science collaborationP44
Torgbor, FrancisUsing participatory tools to analyse historical climate information and identify crop, livestock and livelihood options with smallholder farmers: the PICSA approachP06
Toth, NicholasHigh frequency lake cycles at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, significance in hominin evolutionary studies and drillcore correlation.P24
Trott, ChristopherTowards sustainable focus and action on projects in the built environment.P48
Tubach, LindaClimate Change and Adapting Mobility among Western Mongolian Pastoralists P18
Turner, LynneClimate and CognitionP06
Usenyuk, SvetlanaDesigning with Thawing Ice: Changing Technology, Mobility and Skillscape in the Far NorthP18
Utsi, Tove AagnesSámi reindeer herders' perspectives on tundra shrubification P01
Vaddhanaphuti, ChayaKnowing in the field: how do Northern Thai farmers make sense of weather and climate change?P15
Van Aken, MauroDown to air. Palestinian memories of weather relatedness, agricultural skills and our models of materialityP04
Verma, RituClimate Change in the Himalayas: Bhutan's Unique Engagement with the AnthropoceneP16
Vestergaard-Sørensen, ChristinaTiny catastrophes|mild apocalypse. An environmental archaeological investigation of the shallow AnthropoceneP46
Vining, BenjaminWetlands, Sugar, and Archaeological Remote Sensing: Understanding the legacy effects of archaeological land use on modern Andean vegetation and environmental functionP31
Virtanen, Pirjo KristiinaHuman-nonhuman exchanges and ecology of relations in Brazilian AmazoniaP49
Vokes, RichardTowards an Anthropology of Antarctic Science in the Age of Anthropogenic Climate ChangeP06
von Hellermann, PaulineNarratives and 'actual' environmental change in the Pare Mountains of Tanzania: what implications for the anthropology of climate change?P21
Walford, AntoniaRevisiting the Rain-Forest: Environmental diplomacy and the Method of Controlled SeditionP27
Walker, Harry"The lightning will burn like petrol": On the redemptive force of the Urarina apocalypseP27
Walker-Crawford, NoahThe moral climate of melting glaciers: Andean claims for justice at the Paris Climate Change SummitP12
Walsh, KristenEyes in the sky: Fire Weather Experience at Alpine LookoutsP15
Walshe, RoryGround truthing assumptions of climate change impacts on small island states. P05
Walton, PeterEngaging the disengaged with extreme weather eventsP32
Ween, GroTana stories: Fluidity and changing Arctic water and weather encountersP18
Weiberg, ErikaEast-west divides? Landscape narratives of the ancient Peloponnese and effects of local climate change in the late first millennium BCP33
Wheeler, WilliamWhat can the desiccation of the Aral Sea tell us about global climate change?P21
Whelan, DeborahDessication and rain rockets: Natural disasters and climate change in South AfricaP48
Whitington, JeromeBreathing. Keeling's Curve and the Anthropogenic HypothesisP44
Whitmarsh, LorraineExploring the everyday contexts of environmentally sustainable behaviour in Brazil and South Africa: a role for cross-cultural psychology?P22
Whitney, BronwenPre-Columbian raised-field agriculture in Amazonian Bolivia -- What lessons for sustainable land use today? P31
Wibeck, VictoriaHow do visualizations inform sense-making of sustainable futures? Experiences and reflections from Norrköping Decision ArenaP32
Wilk, RichardDriving Change: Culture, Consumption, and EquityPlenary2
Williamson , FionaFlood History, Cultural Memory and Urban Development in Colonial Singapore c. 1830-1900P26
Wilson, GrahamHelp or hindrance? The socio-political landscape of climate adaptation, with reference to religious systems, and the role of distributed leadership in the delivery of successful outcomesP25
Wilson, Rob"The Chimp's side of the story" (Part II)P06
Wilson, Rob"From 'Climate Sceptic' to 'Dendro-Sociologist': Communicating Science in Action" (Part I) P06
Winarto, Yunita TriwardaniImproved climate resilience of Indonesian farmers through Science Field Shops, a new participatory extension approachP19
Winarto, Yunita TriwardaniClimate Services in agriculture as support to agrometeorological learning: agrometeorology in need of a stronger farmer focus needs anthropological guidanceP22
Woolley, JonathanRavens on the Rig: Fracking, climate change and the Druidic moral landscapeP25
Wurster, AlexiaModelling hominin dispersals during the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (1.2 to 0.6 Ma) in EuropeP23
Wyborn, CarinaScenario Practice and the Politics of Co-Production: Building Equity and Reflexivity into Climate Change Adaptation Planning through the 'Anthropology of Time'P03
Wyllie de Echeverria, VictoriaUsing local and Indigenous Ecological knowledge to examine local-scale perceptions, effects of, and adaptation to, climate change on human/landscape interactions on the Pacific Coast of North AmericaP13
Zanotelli, FrancescoThe (un)sustainability of the wind. Meteorological agency and political conflict in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, MexicoP39
Zee, JerryIntake: Particulate Phasings and the Condensable AtmosphereP44
Zielinski, ChadThe Challenge of Building Spiritual Strength during Climate Adaptation in Rural Communities of Northern AlaskaP17