Looking to go beyond concerns with the recent and future changes in climatic conditions, which have dominated the research in environmental studies, but without excluding them, this conference proposes a different approach and innovative. Adopting an analytical perspective in relation to long-term adaptation of living beings in nature, looking for an interdisciplinary approach.
The program is organized into four topics: Erosion and Population; Imagined landscapes; Space and Human responses to climate and weather: building and praying.
The final lecture discusses the importance of climate change for the future of humanity.
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