One Man Does Not Control the Climate

It is important not to over-react to the news that Donald Trump wishes to withdraw the USA from the Paris Agreement and seek to renegotiate a ‘fairer deal’ for America. The wailing and grieving around the media that has accompanied yesterday’s announcement is exactly the sort of reaction that Trump is seeking to provoke. It […]

Energy Humanities Podcast

Listen to me talking about ‘the many meanings of climate’ (starts at 10:00 minutes), recorded with Cymene Howe and Dominic Boyer for their Cultures of Energy blog, part of the Centre for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human...

Inaugural lecture podcast

(23 November)  My inaugural lecture at King’s College London – ‘Studying climate and its changes: in places, with numbers, through myths’ – is now available as a podcast here, with slides available at Academia.Edu here.

Four new papers published

(6 November)  NEW papers now published.  The following four papers are now all published on-line: Turnhout,E., Dewulf,A. and Hulme,M. (2016)  ‘What does policy-relevant global environmental knowledge do? The cases of climate and biodiversity‘ Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability  18, 65-72; Hulme,M. (2015)  ‘Finding the message of the Pope’s Encyclical‘  Environment  57(6), 16-19;  Hulme,M. (2015)  ‘Changing […]