Chalmers University of Technology
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.
Vowles, Kjell, and Martin Hultman. 2022. ‘Dead White Men vs. Greta Thunberg: Nationalism, Misogyny, and Climate Change Denial in Swedish Far-Right Digital Media’. Australian Feminist Studies, April, 1–18. doi:10.1080/08164649.2022.2062669
Ekberg, & Hultman, M, ‘A Question of Utter Importance: The Early History of Climate Change and Energy Policy in Sweden, 1974–1983” Environment and History, 2021
Vowles K, Hultman M. 2021. “Scare-quoting climate: The rapid rise of climate denial in the Swedish far-right media ecosystem,” Nordic Journal of Media Studies. 2021;3(1):79-95.
Stoddard I, Anderson K, Capstick S, et al. 2021. “Three Decades of Climate Mitigation: Why Haven’t We Bent the Global Emissions Curve?,” Annual Review of Environment and Resources. October 17, 2021.
Hultman M. 2021. “Ökologische Männlichkeiten: Auf dem Weg zu einer neuen Normalität?,” ZDfm – Zeitschrift für Diversitätsforschung und -management. 2021;6(1).
Martin Hultman . 2021. Chapter in “Visions for a Post Covid World: Defining a Radically New Normal.” Joe Gray, Dixibooks. (March 2021).
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 (May 2014).