The latest issue of M/C Journal is dedicated to the climate-culture nexus in the light of change threats.
“Climate is, presently, a heatedly discussed topic. Concerns about the environmental, economic, political and social consequences of climate change are of central interest in academic and popular debates. As such climate change is a 'hot' cultural discourse and a media issue. Moreover, there has recently been a 'cultural turn' in climate change science and politics, with some scholars arguing that climate change research and action has been hindered because it has not fully accommodated cultural values that give everyday meaning to climate, and consequently urging for greater attention to the cultural dimensions of climate change.” Andrew Gorman-Murray and Gordon Waitt, Climate and Culture, M/C Journal, Vol. 12 No.4 2009
This link takes you to M/C Journal and articles published in the climate edition.
Image: NASA satellite image of the dust storm that enveloped the East Coast of Australia on 23 September 2009