As part of the Australian Museum’s HumanNature series of public talks, I shall be speaking on Monday 23 April, at 6pm in the Museum, on the topic ‘Cultures of Climate’. In this talk, based on my book Weathered: Cultures of Climate, I examine how different cultures give shape and meaning to the idea of climate. […]
(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.
(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 […]
(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.
(24 April) You can view the video here of the talk I gave at the launch of the York Environmental Sustainability Institute, 8-9 April, University of York. The slides are here and I have posted here the transcript of the talk.
(26 February) I will be speaking alongside authors, poets and playwrights at the UEA Centre for Writing and Science’s day event on Saturday 25 May at the University of East Anglia: “Writing and climate change: the story so far … how do writers and scientists communicate the controversies of climate change? Register here.
(12 November 2012) ‘What sorts of knowledge for what sort of politics?’ I have a new Working Paper posted on the 3S web-site, derived from a series of talks I have given over the last few months.