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Anthropology in a climate of change, war, and internecine environments 2

[In process] Background* Part 1** Part 2*** From a follow-up to the newslist discussion about anthropology and climate change– Q. “So…what can we do to solve this problem? Can we think like engineers?” Please, don’t. Not even anthropological engineers. For … Continue reading

Anthropology in a climate of change, war, and internecine environments 1

[In process] Background* Part 1** Part 2*** [separate post] * Background I think there is a need for anthropological perspective in any issue of human existence. It is a sad irony that the discipline (science) which is most comprehensive and … Continue reading

regional nuclear war climate change?

In 1985 I put together a panel of scientific experts to identify what the human effects of a nuclear weapons exchange might mean (as far as I know, still the only such report) and then assisted in the discussion in … Continue reading

How One Nuclear Skirmish Could Wreck the Planet

c.f., Nuclear Winter the Human Effects at The Anthropology of Human Survival – https://13c4.wordpress.com/2006/01/12/the-anthropology-of-human-survival/ http://feeds.wired.com/~r/wiredscience/~3/14yCAzP8Kmk/ WASHINGTON ­ Even a small nuclear exchange could ignite mega-firestorms and wreck the planets atmosphere. New climatological simulations show 100 Hiroshima-sized nuclear bombs ­ relatively … Continue reading

Alaska at the national anthropology conference 2007

106th AAA (American Anthropological Association) Annual Meeting Nov 28 – Dec 2, 2007 Washington, DC The abstracts are not on-line, but it may be possible to do an Internet search on the author’s names to find their contact information. Governing … Continue reading