Jeremy Walker is a researcher with the Climate Justice Research Centre at the University of Technology Sydney. His recent book More Heat than Life analyzes the mutual histories of liberal economics and systems ecology, through a combustion-centric account of thermoindustrial capitalism, energy physics and earth system sciences. It argues that the neoliberal movement’s refusal of natural science and obstruction of climate policy arises from its consistent, long term relationship to the fossil fuel sector. He is currently researching the political organization of the transnational fossil/mining sector in Australia in the context of a global transition to a zero-carbon energy system.
Jeremy Walker. Forthcoming. “Freedom to Burn: Mining Propaganda, Fossil Capital and the Australian Neoliberals.” In Market Prophets from the Margins: Neoliberals East and South, Zone (Forthcoming).
Jeremy Walker. 2020. “More Heat than Life: The Tangled Roots of Ecology, Energy and Economics,” Palgrave Macmillian (September 2020).
Jeremy Walker & Matthew Johnson. 2018. “On Mineral Sovereignty: Towards a Political Theory of Geological Power,” Energy Research and Social Science (November 2018).
Jeremy Walker, Celine Granjou, & Juan Francisco Salazar. 2017. “The Politics of Anticipation: On Knowing and Governing Environmental Futures,” Futures (September 2017).
Jeremy Walker. 2016. “Bringing Liquidity to Life: Markets for Ecosystem Services and the New Political Economy of Extinction.” In Business Interests and the Environmental Crisis, SAGE (January 2016).
Jeremy Walker. 2016. “The Creation to Come: Pre-empting the Evolution of the Bioeconomy.” In Environmental Change and the World’s Futures: Ecologies, ontologies and mythologies, Routledge, Sydney (January 2016).
Philip Mirowski, Jeremy Walker, & Antionette Abboud. 2014. “Más allá de la negación. El neoliberalismo, el cambio climático y la izquierda,” Mientras Tanto (2014).
Philip Mirowski, Jeremy Walker, & Antionette Abboud. 2013. “Beyond Denial: Neoliberalism, Climate Change and the Left,” Overland (Fall 2013).
Jeremy Walker & Melinda Cooper. 2011. “Genealogies of resilience: From systems ecology to the political economy of crisis adaptation,” Security Dialogue (May 2011).
Jeremy Walker quoted as an advocate for divestment on the consultative committee Unisuper by Charlotte Grieve. “Unisuper new climate policy signals move away from coal,” The Age, September 16, 2020.