Towards a Memo-Techno-Ecology: Mediating Memories of Extreme Flooding in Resilient Communities
Climate change can be observed in relation to landscape but also felt, sensed, apprehended emotionally as part of the fabric of everyday life in which acceptance, denial, resignation and action co-exist as personal and social responses to the local manifestations of a global problem.
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