Atmospheric Alienation, Carbon Tracking and Geo-Techno Agency

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2010-03-12

Authors

Girvan, Anita

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Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture

Abstract

Anita Girvan is an interdisciplinary PhD student with a concentration in Cultural, Social, and Political Thought. Her PhD project focuses on the mediating role of the metaphor of the ‘carbon footprint’ in responses to climate change, and her broader interests are in the cultural and geo-material loops of language, narrative and ecology. She is also a Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS) Fellow at the University of Victoria.

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Keywords

carbon footprint, carbon tracking, geo-techno agency, atmospheric alienation, climate change

Citation

Girvan, Anita. "Atmospheric Alienation, Carbon Tracking and Geo-Techno Agency." Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, Victoria, B.C. 12 March 2010. Presentation.

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