Scholars

Martin Hultman

Chalmers University of Technology
Sweden

Leader of Centre for Studies of Climate Change Denial (CEFORCED) researching organized, ideological, response and everyday climate change denial. Published, among else; ‘A green fatwā? Climate change as a threat to the masculinity of industrial modernity’, ‘Cool Dudes in Norway: Climate Change denial among conservative Norwegian Men’, ‘Fossil Fuel, Industrial/Breadwinner Masculinities and climate change: understanding the “white male effect” of climate denial’ and Discourses of Global Climate Change, (in Swedish) Upphettning. Demokratin i klimatkrisens tid. As part of his academic work he publishes chronicles in a wide range of newspapers and gives public lectures commenting on contemporary politics. Hultman is currently developing possible solutions to climate change denial such as Rights of Nature and Ecological Masculinities.

Publications

Daniel Lindvall, Kjelll Vowles, & Martin Hultman. 2020. “Upphettning. Demokratin i klimatkrisens tid,”

Fri Tanke förlag (January 2020).

Martin Hultman, Anna Björk, & Tamya Viinikka. 2019. “Far-right and climate change denial. Denouncing environmental challenges via anti-establishment rhetoric, marketing of doubts, industrial/breadwinner masculinities enactments and ethno-nationalism.” In Contemporary Environmental Communication by the Far Right in Europe,

London: Routledge (September 2019).

Paul M. Pulé & Martin Hultman. 2019. “Fossil Fuel, Industrial/Breadwinner Masculinities and climate change: understanding the ‘white male effect’ of climate denial.” In Climate Hazards, Disaster, and Gender Ramifications,

Oxon: Routledge (June 2019).

Martin Hultman & Paul Mark Pulé. 2018. “Ecological Masculinities: Theoretical Foundations and Practical Guidance,”

Routledge: London (September 2018).

Olve Krange, Bjørn Kaltenborn, & Martin Hultman. 2018. “Cool Dudes in Norway: Climate Change denial among conservative Norwegian Men,” Environmental Sociology (July 2018).

Martin Hultman & Jonas Anshelm. 2017. “Masculinities of climate change. Exploring examples of industrial, ecomodern and ecological masculinities in the age of Anthropocene.” In Climate Change and Gender in Rich Countries,

Routledge: London (June 2017).

Jonas Anshelm & Martin Hultman. 2014. “Discourses of Global Climate Change: Apocalyptic Framing and Political Antagonisms,”

Routledge: London (November 2014).

Jonas Anshelm & Martin Hultman. 2014. “A green fatwā? Climate change as a threat to the masculinity of industrial modernity,”

NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies, 9(2), 84-96 (May 2014).

Media Coverage

A workshop on the relations between masculinities and the ecological crisis by Martin Hultman. Men, Masculinities, and the Climate Ecological Crisis,” Men Engage Alliance, April 1, 2020.

Martin Hultman interviewed on misogyny relating to climate denial by SINC. Estos son los motivos por los que la activista sueca Greta Thunberg despierta tanto odio,” Sergio Ferrer, December 4, 2019.

Martin Hultman interviewed on misogyny relating to climate denial by SINC. ¿Por qué molesta tanto Greta Thunberg? Agencia Sinc, December 3, 2019.

Martin Hultman quoted on misogyny in climate denial by Fabian Schmidt. Warum mehr Männer als Frauen die Klimakrise leugnen,” November 25, 2019.

Martin Hultman interviewed by Ann Holmes in Why Climate Change Denial Persists,” The Science Show, November 23, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Kasper Goethals. Waarom mannen Greta en Anuna haten,” November 9, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Maria Laura Neves. Por que Greta Thunberg, a ativista de 16 anos, ameaça a masculinidade?,” September 28, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on conspiracy theories around Greta Thunberg discussed by Rosie McCall. Why Climate Deniers Hate Activists So Much: Guilt,” Newsweek, September 27, 2019.

Martin Hultman quoted by Esther Wang. The Misogyny of Greta Thunberg’s Critics,” Jezebel, September 24, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Hettie O’Brien. Climate denialism is rooted in a reactionary form of masculinity,” September 18, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Tracey Raney & Mackenzie Gregory. Women Climate Leaders Face ‘Green Rage’ Attacks,” September 16, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Grace Yu. Greta Thunberg is the coolest girl in the world,” September 10, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Isabel Zapata. La voz de las mujeres ante el cambio climático,” September 10, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Juliana Aguilera.Ódio à Greta Thunberg Está Relacionado à Masculinidade Tóxica, Patriarcado e Negacionismo Climático,” Modefica, September 9, 2019.

Swedish Institute of International Affairs held a roundtable on climate change denialism, right-wing nationalism, and gender with Annica Kronsell, Martin Hultman, & Daniel Poohl. Climate change as identity politics,” The Utrikespolitiska Institutet, September 5, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Federica Gentile. Quando i misogini negano il cambiamento climatico,” September 3, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Gary Mason.The ugly campaign to discredit Greta Thunberg,” September 3, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny relating to climate denial featured by Pascal Lapointe. Dans l’orbite des misogynes et des climatosceptiques,” Agence Science Presse, August 30, 2019.

Martin Hultman’s research on misogyny of climate deniers discussed by Martin Gelin. The Misogyny of Climate Deniers,” The New Republic, August 28, 2019.

Martin Hultman interviewed on right-wing nationalism in climate denial by Anne-Sophie Brändlin. Living Planet: How right-wing nationalists fuel climate change denial,” December 13, 2018.