(26 August 2015) NEW manuscript. ‘Varieties of religious engagement with climate change‘, my contribution to the forthcoming Routledge Handbook on Religion and Ecology (edited by Mary Tucker, Willis Jenkins and John Grim).
(14 June) NEW Publication. “Framing global biodiversity. IPBES between Mother Earth and ecosystem services” published on-line in Environmental Science and Policy with my PhD student Maud Borie.
(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.
(30 March) NEW Publication: ‘Climate emergencies do not justify engineering the climate‘ recently published in Nature Climate Change. We argue that current climate engineering proposals do not come close to addressing the complex and contested nature of conceivable ‘climate emergencies’ resulting from unabated greenhouse-gas emissions.
(11 June) NEW Paper: “Attributing weather extremes to ‘climate change’: A review” has been published on-line at Progress in Physical Geography. If you don’t have access to the journal then the original submitted version is found here.
(28 May) NEW Paper : ‘Towards a reflexive turn in the governance of global expertise’, published in the journal GAiA and co-authored with Silke Beck and 14 others. The role and design of global expert organizations such as the IPCC or IPBES needs rethinking. Acknowledging that a one-size-fits-all model does not exist, we suggest a […]