Sally Moss

Sally Moss
Sally Moss
is a ClimateCultures Author

I am a writer, editor, researcher and activist exploring the cultural shift required to live regeneratively and adapt well to the Anthropocene. I’m currently Commonweal’s freelance Social Media and Website Project Coordinator, using online platforms to link forms of nonviolence activism and prompt grass-roots action.

Past projects include street theatre (with Collective Encounters), dramatic monologues (including at this FLUX Liverpool event) and Permaculture Surgeries. I am now working with Zero Carbon Liverpool and improvised theatre company Impropriety to explore other creative ways of challenging high-carbon habits. I believe that to create system change we need mass disinhibition, and we’ll need to use creativity and comedy to achieve it. I’d be interested to talk to anyone who thinks the same and is interested in furthering this work. 


Sally’s ClimateCultures Posts: 

Reading Nature’s Archives in the Library of Ice

ClimateCultures welcomes new Member Sally Moss, who brings us her review of fellow Member Nancy Campbell's new book, The Library ...
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If the Anthropocene is Violence, What is Nonviolence?

Writer and editor Sally Moss works with nonviolence education organisation Commonweal, and she contacted me recently to suggest an interview ...
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Sally Moss
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