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 […]

Who speaks for the future of Earth? How critical social scientists can extend the conversation of the Anthropocene

(13 April)  NEW Publication.  “Who speaks for the future of Earth? How critical social scientists can extend the conversation of the Anthropocene” has been accepted for publication in Global Environmental Change.  Eva Lovbrand, myself and 6 co-authors argue that social scientists should not take for granted the framings of the Anthropocene offered by natural scientists.