(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.
(16 October) I shall be speaking on Why We Disagree About Climate Change at two new venues: on Wednesday morning 2 November in Amsterdam at the 6th Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gas Symposium and on the evening of Tuesday 15 November at Trinity College, Dublin, to the Dublin University Geographical Society.
(29 September) ‘Climate change: knowledge, risk and governance’ – I shall be speaking at this symposium at Wageningen School of Social Sciences, Wageningen University on Tuesday 1 November (0900-1600hrs), along with Prof Marjolein van Asselt from Maastricht University.
(5 September) I shall be speaking on Why We Disagree About Climate Change on Wednesday 5 October, 7.30pm, at Sheffield’s Off the Shelf Reading and Writing Festival. Venue: The Auditorium, University of Sheffield.
(20 May) Forthcoming speaking engagements. I shall be contributing to a symposium on ‘Climate politics beyond the predictive paradigm’ at the University of Lancaster, Centre for the Study of Environmental Change, on Thursday 2 June, 3-6pm. At the Universitair Centrum Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen on Thursday 9 June, 6pm, I shall be giving a public lecture ‘Climate change: what […]
(13 April) Updated: I shall be visiting Australia during the first week of May and speaking at a number of events in Victoria and New South Wales, including the keynote lecture at the Hot Science, Global Citizens symposium in Sydney (5-6 May), a public lecture at the Sydney Powerhouse Museum (5 May), a lunchtime lecture at the […]
I am giving a number of public/invited talks, lectures and panel debates this autumn, which seek to develop some of the themes of my book Why We Disagree About Climate Change and apply them to new questions emerging in science, policy and society. Tuesday 14 September, 2.00pm (Aston University) – ‘Why we disagree about climate […]
On 28 June 2010, I shall be part of a panel discussion, hosted by The Royal Society and the Science & Democracy Network, addressing the question: ‘The experimental society: what happens when evidence, uncertainty and politics collide?’ Places are still available.
I shall be presenting the argument of my book Why We Disagree About Climate at a seminar at Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, 75 George Street, Oxford, on Tuesday 24 November at 5pm.