Have new map, will travel?
Harriet Bulkeley identifies a persistent, and misconceived, framing of climate change as a 'society-nature problem' (Bulkeley H (2019). Navigating climate's human geographies: exploring the whereabouts of climate politics. Dialogues in Human Geography 9(1): 3-17). While I concur with her diagnosis, her implied cure begins with geographers volunteering to change their intellectual habits by responding to 'good arguments'. I challenge this cognitivism and ask what sorts of material frameworks for inquiry will engender an embrace of the idea of 'climate as condition'.