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Further reading and learning
This is a reference list of optional further readings on the themes of Week 3. Please add your own suggestions at Twitter #cemuscclmooc or Facebook, or at Studium.
Systems and complexity
Meadows, D. (1999). Leverage Points: Places to Intervene in a System. The Sustainability Institute.
Meadows, D. (2017). A philosophical look at system dynamics. [video]
O’Brien, K., & Sygna, L. (2013). Responding to Climate Change: The Three Spheres of Transformation. Proceedings of Transformation in a Changing Climate, 19-21 June 2013, Oslo, Norway, 16–23.
Poli, R. (2013). A note on the difference between complicated and complex social systems. In Cadmus, 2 (1), pp. 142-147.
Sustainability Illustrated (2014). Systems thinking a cautionary tale (cats in Borneo) [video]
Migration in the context of climate change
How to Save a Planet. (2021). Like the monarch, human migrations during climate change. [podcast]
Manou, D.,Baldwin, A., Cubie, D., Mihr, A., and Thorp, T. (eds.). (2018). Climate change, migration and human rights: law and policy perspectives. New York: Routledge.
McClanahan, T. R., and Cinner, J. E. (2012). Adapting to a changing environment: confronting the consequences of climate change. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
UNHCR. (n.d). Figures at a glance.
Technology in the context of climate change
Cigas, S. (2021). Ethics of geoengineering. In Viterbi Conversation on Ethics, 5(1).
Fleming, J. R. (2010) Fixing the sky : the checkered history of weather and climate control. New York: Columbia University Press.
Financial Times (2022). Carbon capture: the hopes, challenges and controversies | FT Film. [video]
Keith, D. W. (2001). Geoengineering. In Nature, 409, p. 420.
LastWeekTonight (2022). Carbon offsets: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO). [video]
ETC Group (2021). Solar Geoengineering: Warnings from Scientists, Indigenous Peoples and Climate Activists. [video]
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