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About Mike Hulme

Mike Hulme is professor in the school of environmental sciences at the University of East Anglia.

Articles by Mike Hulme

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Amid the financial storm: redirecting climate change

What impact will the global economic downturn have on arguments about climate change? The way to an answer lies through ourselves as much as the weather, says Mike Hulme.

(This article was first published on 30 October 2008)

Climate security: the new determinism

A fashionable variant on an old and discreditable idea is in danger of inviting the militarisation of global responses to climate change, says Mike Hulme.

Climate change: from issue to magnifier

The classical models of science communication must give way to a new form of public discourse about climate change, says Mike Hulme.

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