Index
adaptation/mitigation of climate change, 4, 163, 236,
249; by the Inuit, 63, 65–69, 76; Kyoto Protocol on,
3, 174–75, 224, 229–30, 232, 254, 255, 260, 267n7;
policy negotiation challenges of, 64, 167–68,
172–75, 180; U.S. greenhouse-gas policies and,
15–16, 142, 258. See also political responses to cli-
mate change
adjoining knowledges, 32, 245
advisory science, 168–69, 276n5
advocacy, 181–82, 247–48; impact on journalism of,
106–7, 272n15; by science experts, 195–98, 199,
247, 277n9. See also near-advocacy
affirmation journalism, 108
Against the Tide: The Battle for American Beaches
(Dean), 106–7
alarmism, 15, 17, 34, 86, 115, 250
Alaska Climate Impact Assessment Commission, 44
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ancsa), 49
Albright, Madeleine, 238
Alowa, Christina, 61
alternative discourses on climate change, 6–10, 14,
29–38, 248; analysis of meaning-making in, 10–15,
30–36; educational approaches of, 8, 194; by enun-
ciatory communities, 7, 248–49, 264n5; epistemo-
logical differences among, 29–30, 52; translation
and relationship building with facts in, 13–15,
29–30, 50–52, 125, 224, 244, 264n9. See also vernac-
ulars of meaning, ethics, and morality
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