Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (2019)

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Eva Maria Räpple
College of DuPage
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The global challenge of climate change presents a daunting task that requires human thinking and ingenuity. In this context, stories, narratives, and images can provide incentives for the imagination, essential in grappling with the complex perplexities of abstract dimensions while also anchoring thinking in human spatial and temporal existence.
Keywords imagination  climate change  art  time  thinking  sensibility  responsibility  sense  future  environmental justice
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