JAPE NO. 66, SUMMER 2010/11

SPECIAL ISSUE ON CHALLENGING CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate challenge: introduction //
James Goodman and Stuart Rosewarne

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Meeting the challenge of climate change: the poverty of

the dominant economic narrative and market solutions

as subterfuge //
Stuart Rosewarne

The cost of a market solution: examining the Garnaut proposal for emissions trading //
Ben Spies-Butcher

Weaknesses and reform of Australia's renewable electricity support //
Greg Buckman

Strategies for radical climate mitigation //
Mark Diesendorf

Climate strategy: making the choice between ecological modernisation or Living Well //
Ariel Salleh

Responding to climate crisis: modernisation, limits, socialism //
James Goodman

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Making a market?: contestation and climate change //
Rebecca Pearse

A Rising Tide: linking local and global climate justice //
Geoff Evans

Climate justice inside and outside the UNFCCC: the example of REDD [Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation] //
Stephanie Long, Ellen Roberts and Julia Dehm

Anthropogenic climate change and cultural crisis: an anthropological perspective //
Linda H. Connor

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Carbon emissions: prices and values //
Anitra Nelson

Anatomies of environmental knowledge and resistance: diverse climate justice movements and waning eco-neoliberalism //
Patrick Bond and Michael K. Dorsey