Changing Climate, Changing Worlds
Local Knowledge and the Challenges of Social and Ecological Change
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Anne Sourdril is a social anthropologist, research fellow at the CNRS and member of the Laboratoire Dynamiques Sociales et Recomposition des Espaces (UMR 7533 Ladyss). Her researches focus on the dynamics of socio-ecological systems in the context of long-term environmental change. She is working on the processes of spatial greening, the multiplication of measures to protect and conserve nature or biodiversity and the reconfiguration of landscapes. She is interested in the dynamics of everyday biodiversity and its associated knowledge and representations. Her latest work focuses on the sounds of nature and soundscapes seen as indicators of environmental change and notably climate changes. She addresses these issues in interdisciplinary and comparative research programs. Her research sites are located in southwestern France, western North Carolina and more recently southern Arizona.
Brian J. Burke is an associate professor in the Goodnight Family Department of Sustainable Development at Appalachian State University. Dr. Burke's research examines popular understandings of environmental and economic issues, as well as grassroots mobilization to address these issues. Since 2012, he has focused largely on local environmental knowledge and strategies for scientist/non-scientist collaboration in Southern Appalachia, including via work with the Coweeta Long Term Ecological Research Program, the Coweeta Listening Project, the PIAF Project, and collaborative research with Meredith Welch-Devine. His research has also included a variety of short- and long-term ethnographic engagements examining sustainable development, environmental health activism, ecovillages, and non-capitalist/solidarity economies (alternative currencies, barter systems, fair trade, and cooperatives) in Latin America.