How do we talk about environmental risk? Who do we blame when things go wrong?
How do concepts of fate, luck and fortune influence people's perception of environmental risk? What is a narrative and what sorts of narratives are constructed around risk and the environment to understand changes?
This resource, funded by AHRC research at the University of Bristol, helps to challenge and expand our understanding of risk, how it has been experienced and explained historically, and how that is changing.
This is supported by AHRC funding.
This is supported by research at University of Bristol.
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