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) Read my extended interview with Brazilian on-line magazine Pagina 22 (in Portuguese, but Google will translate for you) in which I draw out some of the implications of the arguments in my book Why We Disagree About Climate Change.
(16 November) Read my commentary on The Ecologist website about why we shouldn’t expect much from the Copenhagen negotiations, and thoughts about alternative strategies and, for a (very) different readership, at The Mail on-line.
(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.
(November) WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO ‘BELIEVE’ IN CLIMATE CHANGE? Read my reflections on the seminal UK legal case of Nicholson vs Grainger plc. in which an employment tribunal judge, Justice Sir Michael Burton, ruled on whether or not belief in climate change can be deemed to be ‘philosophical’.
Listen in to my on-line interview with India’s first and most respected science-and-environment magazine, Down to Earth, recorded during my recent visit to India. Read too my interview with The Times of India on why we need more politics in climate change debates.
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.
I am speaking at the annual Danish Ethnography Conference ‘In climate symbols’ on Friday 20 November at the University of Aarhus – ‘Why we disagree about climate change: four myths, four meanings’.
(October) RETHINK: contemporary art and climate change: Mike Hulme’s essay Learning to accept re-created climates contributes to a new on-line forum where debaters from the all over the world engage with climate change, art and culture. The writers are artists, philosophers, scientists, politicians, indigenes and business people with different views on how climate change affects the way we […]