About James Lovelock
Enjoy life while you can - Decca Aitkenhead interviews JL for The Guardian, Saturday 1 March 2008. "Climate science maverick James Lovelock believes catastrophe is inevitable, carbon offsetting is a joke and ethical living a scam. So what would he do? ..."
Gaia's Warrior - Robin McKie, science editor of the UK's Observer newspaper, interviews James Lovelock for Australia's G: the Green Lifestyle Magazine, July / August 2007 issue. "In the 1960s James Lovelock was an eco-pioneer; today he's a firm advocate of nuclear power. Meet the independent thinker who is never far from the intellectual fray ... " Article available as pdf (500KB).
Significant scientific contributions by James Lovelock.
Curriculum Vitae, correct as of October 2006.
Wollaston Medal citation. In 2006 the Geological Society awarded James Lovelock the Wollaston Medal, its highest award.