Anglophone Political Populism and the Future of Climate-Change – Professor Mike Hulme

Today’s result in the US Presidential election follows hard on the back of the UK’s Brexit vote in June.  Both results – an expression of collective public preference from the electorate – have shaken political and cultural establishments on both sides of the Atlantic.  And they have unsettled me also.

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‘Mapping the Space of Flows’: the geography of the London Mega-City Region

I’m pleased to be able to post here the penultimate version of an article that Duncan Smith and I recently had accepted to Regional Studies. In this article we look at ways of combining ‘big data’ from a telecoms network … Continue reading