Climate Change and Cultural Transition in Europe is an account of Europe's share in the making of global warming, which considers the past and future of climate-society interactions.
Contributors include: Clara Brandi, Rudiger Glaser, Iso Himmelsbach, Claudia Kemfert, Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, Claus Leggewie, Franz Mauelshagen, Geoffrey Parker, Christian Pfister, Dirk Riemann, Lea Schmitt, Joern Sieglerschmidt, Markus Vogt, and Steffen Vogt.
Claus Leggewie, is a political scientist and historian and specialises in interdisciplinary cultural studies. His recent publications include: Anti-Europaer. Breivik, Dugin, al Suri & Co, Suhrkamp: Berlin, 2016 and Europe first! Eine Unabhangigkeitserklarung, Ullstein: Berlin, 2017. With Erik Meyer he is the editor of Global Pop. Das Buch zur Weltmusik, Metzler: Stuttgart, 2017.
Franz Mauelshagen is an environmental historian and historian of science. His recent publications include: With Sam White, Christian Pfister, Palgrave Handbook of Climate History, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017 and "Bridging the Great Divide - The Anthropocene as a Challenge to the Social Sciences and Humanities." In Paul J. Crutzen et al. (eds.): The Anthropocene - A New Phase in Earth History , London, 2017.