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 […]
(23 October) New York Times energy-environment blog interviews Mike Hulme on the idea of global climate engineering and how it relates to the arguments in his book Why We Disagree About Climate Change.
I shall be debating the proposition ‘Do science and economics support government action on climate change?‘ with Michael Grubb, Lord Nigel Lawson and Fred Singer at the Insitute of Economic Affairs on Monday 23 November 2009. This event at the Insitute of Directors is now sold out.
See here my essay ‘Why We Disagree About Climate Change’ which appeared in the first edition (2009/10) of The Carbon Yearbook: the annual review of business and climate change, published by ENDS for the UK’s first Carbon Show.
(9 October 2009) Why We Disagree About Climate Change is featured as the ‘book of the week’ at Rorotoko – the on-line venue for engaging the ideas behind contemporary books. See the interview here and the author page here.
(2 October 2009) Andy Revkin of the New York Times has selected for the October edition of Nature Reports Climate Change my book Why We Disagree About Climate Change as his ‘must-read’ book for understanding the upcoming COP15 at Copenhagen in December.
I shall be presenting the argument from my book Why We Disagree About Climate Change, and responding to audience questions at the Battle of Ideas Bookshop Barnie at 1.30pm on Saturday 31 October 2009, at the Royal College of Art, London.
I shall be giving a keynote talk ‘Releasing climate change to speak with many voices’ at the forthcoming Global Dialogue 2009 Conference “Responsiblity across borders? Climate change as challenge for intercultural inquiry on values” at Aarhus University, Denmark, 3-6 November, 2009