Framing Climate Change Adaptation from a Pacific Island Perspective – The Anthropology of Emerging Legal Orders
作者: Silja Klepp
作者单位: 1CAU/University of Kiel, Institute of Geography. Ludewig-Meyn-Straße 14, 24908 Kiel Tel.: + 49 431 880 – 56 41
刊名: Sociologus, 2018, Vol.68 (2), pp.149-170
来源数据库: Duncker & Humblot
DOI: 10.3790/soc.68.2.149
关键词: KiribatiLegal anthropologyClimate changeSmall Island Development StatesMigration
原始语种摘要: Kiribati is among the many islands in Oceania that are highly affected by anthropogenic climate change and has, as such, adopted a proactive role to deal with adaptation. The article analyses how the government brings together climate change discourses with its struggle for new rights and resources for the country. The awareness of anthropogenic climate change has generated new parameters for law-making processes and emerging legal orders. The article develops a new concept of how to frame the cultural and social impacts of climate change from a Pacific Island perspective, in order to overcome shortcomings of the widely-employed notions of ‘vulnerability’ and ‘resilience’ as frames for adaptation to climate change in Oceania. By employing the notion of climate change as a ‘travelling...
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关键词翻译
  • climate 气候
  • Pacific 太平洋
  • anthropogenic 人为的
  • change 变化
  • migration 迁移
  • Oceania 大洋洲
  • perspective 透视画法
  • emerging 浮起
  • resilience 弹性
  • solidarity 共同责任