(8 April) “Climate Change: One, or Many?” On Tuesday 8 April I gave a talk in the opening Presidential Session of the Association of American Geographers Conference in Tampa, Florida. The slides from the talk are available here.
(7 February) You can listen here to my public lecture given at the University of Nottingham on Friday 7 February 2014: ‘The public life of climate change: the first 25 years’. This was given as part of the Making Science Public programme in the School of Sociology and Social Policy.
(6 February) Climate change and the art of memory: ‘The Unbearable Lightness of Being Green‘. Read this blog by Sebastian Groes based on an event I participated in last October at the Cheltenham Literature Festival, part of the AHRC-funded Science as Culture Memory Theme Network.
(6 February) ‘Can climate change be seen?’ You can see here my short remarks on this question which I prepared for a screening of the movie Chasing Ice, which was shown at King’s College London on Monday evening this week. The SoundCloud of the full public event, with supporting material, is available here.
(2 December 2013) You can watch here on YouTube my debate with David Keith – ‘The Case For and Against Solar Climate Engineering’ – which took place at the Oxford Martin School, Oxford University, on Monday 2 December, 2013. My book ‘Can Science Fix Climate Change? A Case Against Climate Engineering’ is published April 2014 […]
(7 November) My public lecture at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation (CIGI) in Waterloo, given on Thursday 24 October 2013, is now up on-line here, along with the 40 minute Q&A session following the lecture.
(1 November) My public lecture at the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Waterloo on Thursday 24 October 2013, ‘The public life of climate change; the first 25 years’, has been blogged about here by Erin Baxter of CIGI … “Whether climate can be managed by humans is the question that set the scene for […]
(27 September) ‘The public life of climate change: the first 25 years’. A new essay marking the 25th anniversary of Margaret Thatcher’s speech on climate change to the Royal Society: 27 September 1988.
(19 August) I shall be joining novelist Maggie Gee, eco-critic Greg Garrard and philosopher Claire Colebrook to discuss ‘Climate change and the art of memory’ at the Cheltenham Literature Festival, 7pm on Wednesday 9 October.