(27 February) “Does (climate) science need to be consensual to be authoritative?” You can view my talk here which was given on Wednesday 6 February 2013 at the STEPS Centre Conference on ‘Credibility across cultures‘. A longer version of this is being prepared for a book, but I have posted here a summary of my argument. It […]
(Updated 26 November 2012) You can listen here to my opening remarks in the debate on the science and politics of climate change, held at the Institute of Economic Affairs on 23 November 2009.
(16 April) Imagining Change: Coastal Conversations is a new 17 minute film which features three projects from the AHRC Lanscape and Environment Programme for which I was an advisor. The film showcases different kinds of creative engagements between arts and humanities scholars and coastal landscapes and is suggestive of how environmental sciences and humanities can together understand the cultural dimensions […]
(17 June) You can now watch on the ABC web-site ‘Big Ideas’ my public lecture – ‘Restructuring climate policy for a partisan era’ – at the Hot Science, Global Citizens symposium in Sydney, 5th May.
(19 May) Various talks and interviews from my recent visit to Australia are now available on-line. You can listen here to an interview with me on the ABC radio show Artworks about climate change and the role of science museums, broadcast on Sunday 8 May. The interview is 20 minutes long and also includes discussion with […]
(14 December) Listen to me being interviewed about my views on the last 12 months of climate change – science, policy, society – at ThinkGloballyRadio, a Swedish local radio station (search episode archive for 5 December 2010 – ‘101205’).
(16 December) Listen to this panel discussion (available through iTunes, choose item #9) on ‘Climate change, culture and time’, part of the OU’s Mediating Climate Change project which seeks to explore the wider cultural dimensions of climate change.
(17 October) View my keynote lecture – ‘How climate models gain and exercise authority’ – delivered at the University of Cambridge CRASSH Conference ‘Challenging models in the face of uncertainty’, on Tuesday 28 September 201o.
ALL IN THE MIND. Listen to this discussion on Australian national radio about my book, Why We Disagree About Climate Change. I join anthropologist Jonathan Marshall and presenter Natasha Mitchell to discuss mythology, mental ecology and a changing climate. Full transcript available.
(10 November 2009) Listen here to Mike Hulme debating the prospects for COP15 in Copenhagen on BBC Radio 4’s The World Tonight – along with Cleo Pascal, Steve Rayner and Elliot Morley MP.