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Michael Mikulewicz

Michael is a critical geographer who studies the intersecting social, economic and political inequalities caused by the impacts of, and our responses to, climate change and other environmental issues in both the Majority World and the Minority World. His current research is guided by the concepts of climate & environmental justice, adaptation, post-politics, resilience, urban sustainability, and intersectionality. He is the co-editor of Climate Justice in the Majority World (2024) and the Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice (2019). Michael's research expertise is in climate justice, adaptation to climate change, resilience, and vulnerability -all firmly embedded within critical theory. He has a PhD in Human Geography from the University of Manchester, and in his doctoral thesis investigated the post-politics of adaptation to climate change in sub-Saharan Africa. Michael is published in a number of academic journals including the Annals of the American Association of Geographers, Geoforum, New Political Economy, Area, The Lancet Planetary Health and Climate and Development. He was previously assistant editor of The Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice and co-editor of Climate Justice in the Majority World (with Routledge) and has previously worked as a Project Associate for the Center for Sustainable Energy in San Diego, California.

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