ClimateCultures interview

One of our Subscribers passed on one of our recent Re:Culture mailings to the folks at Manchester Climate Monthly – MCFly. Marc Hudson, MCFly editor and climate change policy researcher, contacted me for an interview.

Manchester Climate Monthly – or MCFly – “exists to inform and inspire and connect people in (Greater) Manchester who are taking or who want to take action to improve the quality of their lives and communities and to prepare for the changes that are coming because of climate change and energy price rises.” There’s all sorts of interesting and useful stuff on their site.

You can read my interview here. And Marc sent me this link to a fascinating interview he did a few years back with psychotherapist Rosemary Randall, which he rightly thought would be in tune with ClimateCultures: highly recommended.

Thank you, Marc – and thank you, mystery subscriber.

The moral of the story? Do pass on ClimateCultures info wherever you think it might strike a chord!

Mark Goldthorpe
Mark Goldthorpe

“I’m the Editor at ClimateCultures, and an independent researcher, project manager and facilitator on environmental and climate change issues.

Working freelance since completing an MA Climate Change at Exeter University in 2011, my focus is on researching, supporting and delivering cultural and creative responses to environmental and climate change.”


See https://climatecultures.net


Author: Mark Goldthorpe

“I’m the Editor at ClimateCultures, and an independent researcher, project manager and facilitator on environmental and climate change issues.
Working freelance since completing an MA Climate Change at Exeter University in 2011, my focus is on researching, supporting and delivering cultural and creative responses to environmental and climate change.”

See https://climatecultures.net