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Managing the Experience of Evidence England’s Experimental Waste Technologies and their Immodest Witnesses
(Science, Technology & Human Values, 2011-11)
This article explores the technoenvironmental politics associated with government-sponsored climate change mitigation. It focuses on England’s New Technologies Demonstrator Programme, established to test the “viability” ...
Beyond risk: Emplacement and the production of environmental evidence
(American Ethnologist, 2011-08)
I offer a counterpoint to the prevailing risk literature that focuses not on (mis)perceptions of danger but on the production and circulation of different forms of evidence and the environmental claims they promote. Rather ...
MOTIVATED MARKETS: Instruments and Ideologies of Clean Energy in the United Kingdom
(Cultural Anthropology, 2011-08)
This article examines efforts to reconcile capitalist and ecological values, focusing in particular on the instruments and ideologies that pervade the United Kingdom's developing renewable energy sector. In keeping with ...