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References (10)

The subject ‘Climate & climate change’ is applied to these references.

  1. Climate Change. 2021

    Climate & climate change, Climate-policy, Social Epistemologies, Values

  2. Historical, Philosophical, and Sociological Perspectives on Earth System Modeling. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. 2020 Rödder, Simone, Heymann, Matthias, Stevens, Bjorn

    Climate & climate change, Earth System Science, Predictions and projections

  3. WEATHER, CLIMATE, and the GEOGRAPHICAL IMAGINATION. 2020

    Climate & climate change, Climate-policy

  4. Epistemology and Politics in Earth System Modeling: Historical Perspectives. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. 2019 Heymann, Matthias, Dahan Dalmedico, Amy

    Climate & climate change, Earth System Science, Predictions and projections

  5. Issues in the theoretical foundations of climate science. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics. 2018 Katzav, Joel, Parker, Wendy S.

    Climate & climate change, Theoretical foundations, Variability

  6. Cultures of Prediction in Atmospheric and Climate Science. 2017

    Climate & climate change, Earth System Science, Predictions and projections, Value-free ideal, Values

  7. On Defining Climate and Climate Change. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. 2016 Werndl, Charlotte

    Climate & climate change, Theoretical foundations

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    An outline of the ongoing debate regarding how to properly provide a definition of climate and climate change. Werndl first systematizes the debate by providing five desiderata that a proper definition of climate should follow. Ultimately, a number of candidates for a definition are discussed and Werndl argues that a definition focusing on a distribution over time for regimes of varying external conditions is the most promising as it meets all five desiderata.

  8. Depoliticized Environments: The End of Nature, Climate Change and the Post-Political Condition. Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement. 2011 Swyngedouw, Erik

    Climate & climate change, Climate-policy

  9. Unstable climates: Exploring the statistical and social constructions of ‘normal’ climate. 2009 Hulme, Mike, Dessai, Suraje, Lorenzoni, Irene, Nelson, Donald R.

    Climate & climate change

  10. Why we disagree about climate change: Understanding controversy, inaction and opportunity. 2009 Hulme, Mike

    Climate & climate change, Climate-policy