Mike HULME

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1960-07-23
Education Madras Coll St Andrews, Univ of Durham (BSc), Univ of Swansea (PhD)
Books & Publications incl: An Annotated Bibliography of the Climate of Sudan (1987), Climate Change, Desertification and Desiccation, with Particular Emphasis on the African Sahel (with Mick Kelly, 1993), Climate Change and Southern Africa (ed, 1996), Climate of the British Isles: Present, Past and Future (ed with Elaine Barrow, 1997), Climate Change Scenarios for the UK (ed, 1998, 2 edn 2002), Imagined Memories and the Seductive Quest for a Family History (2008), Why We Disagree About Climate Change: Understanding Controversy, Inaction and Opportunity (2009, Gerald L Young Human Ecology Book of the Year Award 2010), Making Climate Change Work for Us: European Perspectives on Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies (jt ed, 2010), Exploring Climate Change Through Science and in Society: An Anthology of Mike Hulme's Essays, Interviews and Speeches (2013), Can Science Fix Climate Change? (2014); also many other academic and popular articles and book chapters
Recreations cricket, genealogy, modern history
Clubs N/A
Style Prof Mike Hulme
Career lectr in physical geography Univ of Salford 1984-88; Sch of Environmental Sciences UEA: sr research assoc Climatic Research Unit (CRU) 1988-98, reader CRU 1998-2000, founding dir Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research 2000-07, prof of climate change 2002-13; prof of climate and culture Dept of Geography KCL 2013-; ed: Climate Research 1997-2000, Global Environmental Change 2003-10; ed-in-chief Wiley's Interdisciplinary Review of Climate Change 2008-; memb Editing Ctee Int Jl of Climatology 1994-99, editorial advsr Progress in Physical Geography 1999-2002; memb Editorial Bd: Climate Policy 2005-12, Environmental Science & Policy 2009-, Global Evironmental Change 2010-, Transactions Inst of Br Geography 2013-; contrib The Guardian 1988-2001 (monthly climate summaries); Hugh Robert Mill Prize Royal Meteorological Soc 1995, Queen's lecture Berlin 2005, Nobel Peace Prize 2007 (jtly as a significant memb of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change); Carson fell Rachel Carson Center LMU Munich 2014
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

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Debrett's notebooks

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