Andrew Dobson is professor of politics at Keele University. Among his books are Citizenship and the Environment (Oxford University Press, 2003); (as co-editor) Political Theory and the Ecological Challenge (Cambridge University Press, 2006); and Green Political Thought (Routledge, 4th edition, 2007). His website is here
The fiction of climate change
What is a climate-change novel, and what makes a good one? Andrew Dobson takes time from his day job as professor of...
Ecocentrism: a response to Paul Kingsnorth
Paul Kingsnorth’s journey from a degraded environmentalism to nature-centred ways of living and thinking has many...
James Lovelock: greenery vs democracy
Does the pioneer of “gaia” have a point: could democracy be an obstacle to planetary safety?
Copenhagen: climate countdown
The United Nations climate-change summit is a vital moment in the world’s effort to avert catastrophe. openDemocracy...
10:10 and the politics of climate change
A politics of crisis: low-energy cosmopolitanism