Noel Hodson is married with two daughters and three grandchildren. He built and managed an accountancy practice; ran a car-making company; and built a business-expansion-advice-firm, completing 3,500 cases. Since 1988 he has worked on Green projects to reduce commuting and freight traffic; writing Teleworking Explained, The Economics of Telework, The Transport Internet and papers forecasting the future use of the Internet.

Noel was described as “That distinguished futurist” by Brian Aldiss. His book AD 2516 was nominated for the Whitbread Prize.

He has also written SF global warming novels, Out of the Depths – London 2010; and AD2516 -After Global Warming; and is currently writing more books in the same genre.