Wed, 18 November 2009
Type of event:
This is a public event organised by another institution.
Anup Sam Ninan has been invited by by the Board of Students of the course Environmental and Resource Management of Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany to give a paper on "Climate Change as Sites of Politics".
This talk primarily maps different domains of climate politics. Played out explicitly and implicitly, at different dimensions and scales, the scientific and political manifestations of climate change regime is often protean-like, that change shapes and forms often. In the process, it leads to a wide variety of objects and practices like carbon 'credits', carbon 'exchanges' and renewed discussions about nuclear energy. We look at some of these sites to explore how to intervene in climate politics meaningfully.