This short video outlines the purpose and scope of the new MA in Climate Change: History, Culture, Society, which I launched at King’s College London in 2015. There are currently (2016/17) 15 students enrolled on the Programme, a mixture of full-time and part-time. You can apply for this Master’s Programme here.
New for 2015/6: MA in Climate Change: History, Culture, Society. King’s College London is offering a new multi-disciplinary MA in Climate Change: History, Culture, Society led by Professor Mike Hulme, founding director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. [NB. added May 2018: Since I have left KCL this programme is now led by […]
During Academic Year 2016/17 I will only be teaching the postgraduate Module listed below, ‘Climate Change and Culture‘. In previous years I have convened the following Modules at King’s College London: Postgraduate: 7SSG5208 – Climate Change and Culture. This Master’s module offered in the Department of Geography explores the underlying reasons why different people in […]
I convene a 3rd year undergraduate module The human geography of climate change (ENV-3A40), a core contribution to the School’s BSc/MSci in Environmental Geography and Climate Change. For academic year 2012/13 this Module runs during Semester 2 (January to March). The Module syllabus can be viewed here. Synopsis for ENV-3A40: The Human Geography of Climate Change The risks and opportunities associated with climate […]
New Degree Programme for 2011/12: ‘Environmental geography and climate change’. I am convening this new degree programme in the School of Environmental Sciences, available from September 2011. Study climate change from an inter-disciplinary perspective for 3-yr (BSc) or 4-yr (MSci) degrees.