Professor of Global Crisis,
PhD, Macquarie University (Sydney)
Dr Mike Edwards teaches the course 'Global Crises' at HULT. He has a doctorate in the security implications of climate change from Macquarie University (Sydney), an MSc in Environmental Policy from Wye College (now Imperial College, London) and a degree in Geography from University College London (UCL). Before joining HULT, Mike worked as Climate Change Advisor for a non-governmental organisation (NGO) which worked to alleviate poverty in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Mike is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) and a member of Biomimicry for Creative Innovation (BCI). He is a renowned public speaker having given lectures and talks on climate change and other environmental issues around the world. Mike is also a professional musician and founder of the highly acclaimed band: Didjitalis.