Mike Hulme, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge Presented at ‘Multiple Carbons: Historical and Contemporary Approaches to Governance’ Friday-Saturday 5-6 April 2019, Harvard University’s Center for the Environment Introduction In 2007, a new web-site CheatNeutral offered an on-line service to clients for ‘offsetting’ their infidelity. For a fee of £2.50, CheatNeutral would pay someone else […]
Castree,N., Hulme,M. and Proctor,J.D. (eds.) (2018) Companion to environmental studies Routledge, Abingdon, 848pp. Gannon,K.E. and Hulme,M. (2018) Geoengineering ‘at the edge of the world’: exploring perceptions of ocean fertilization through the Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation GEO: Geography and Environment 5(1), e00054, 21pp. Hulme,M. (2018) “Gaps” in climate change knowledge: Do they exist? Can they be […]
Read here my conversation with the Pembroke College blog about my career in geography, some of the decisions I took on the way from PhD to Professor, the importance of interdisciplinary networks, the challenges facing graduate students and academics today, and the value of a geographer’s approach to climate change.
Hulme,M. (2017) Calculating the incalculable: is SAI the lesser of two evils? Ethics and International Affairs 31(4), 507-512 Hulme,M. (2017) Climate change (concept of) Entry in: The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology (eds.) Richardson,D., Castree,N., Goodchild,M.F., Kobayashi,A.L., Liu,W. and Marston,R., John Wiley & Sons, Malden, Oxford, 9,120pp. doi: 10.1002/9781118786352.wbieg0343 Hulme,M. […]
I am interested to receive approaches from students who would like to study for a PhD with me in the areas of the cultural history of climate change, STS approaches to studying climate science and knowledge, representations and discourses of climate in the media, and the philosophy of climate and climate change. Please state clearly your […]