Achim Oberg, Lianne Lefsrud, and Renate Meyer
We are in crisis mode. Climate change is simultaneously the grandest global challenge and a daily challenge to individuals’ perceptions, motivations, and actions. Economic sociology equips us to examine the heart of this crisis: the means, institutions, and regulations of production, exchange, and consumption. To complement this, we must have theoretical and methodological approaches that simultaneously bridge these macro-global and micro-actor levels. The aim of our article is to propose a research agenda for examining climate change from a field perspective to serve as this bridge.