Given what has gone before, the Paris Agreement on climate change is certainly an impressive achievement of international negotiation. But what countries will be signing-up to, should they ratify it, is hardly going to reduce the challenges of dealing with a changing climate. And it has very little to contribute to addressing the chronic deficiencies […]
This short video outlines the purpose and scope of the new MA in Climate Change: History, Culture, Society, which I launched at King’s College London in 2015. There are currently (2016/17) 15 students enrolled on the Programme, a mixture of full-time and part-time. You can apply for this Master’s Programme here.
(23 November) NEW Book chapter. ‘Knowledge pluralism‘ has now been published as Chapter 49 in Backstrand,K. and Lovbrand,E. (2015) Research Handbook on Climate Governance Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 630pp.
(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 […]
Borie,M. and Hulme,M. (2015) Framing global biodiversity: IPBES between Mother Earth and ecosystem services Environmental Science & Policy 54, 487-496 Hulme,M. (2015) (Still) Disagreeing about climate change: which way forward? Zygon: A Journal of Religion and Science 50(4), 893-905 Hulme,M. (2015) Afterword: The many uses of climate change pp.289-299 in: Climate cultures: anthropological perspectives on […]
(26 October) NEW paper. ‘What does policy-relevant global environmental knowledge do? The cases of climate and biodiversity‘. Written with Dutch colleagues Esther Turnhout and Art Dewulf, this paper will appear shortly in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.