Sally Moss

Sally Moss
Name: Sally Moss
is a ClimateCultures Author

A writer, editor, researcher and activist exploring the cultural shift required to live regeneratively and adapt well to the Anthropocene.


I’m a writer, editor, researcher and activist exploring the cultural shift required to live regeneratively and adapt well to the Anthropocene.

Past projects include delivering Commonweal’s Social Media and Website Project (using online platforms to link forms of nonviolence activism and prompt grass-roots action), plus 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 is one of our members featuring their work as part of the ClimateCultures Quarantine Connection series. We shared her piece, All Possible Worlds, on Day 35 of the 40-day series.

Sally’s ClimateCultures Posts: 

The Library of Ice by Nancy Campbell

Reading Nature’s Archives in the Library of Ice

Writer Sally Moss reviews Nancy Campbell's The Library of Ice: Readings from a Cold Climate. Rich in detail (microscope and dictionary, as much as library) its landscapes, eras, expeditions, personalities and planetary prognoses pile up like brash ice. Read More
nonviolence

If the Anthropocene is Violence, What is Nonviolence?

Writer and editor Sally Moss works with nonviolence education organisation Commonweal, and she suggested an interview for their blog. Sally's questions were a great opportunity to touch on some of the deep connections between climate change and violence. Read More

Website: Sally Moss
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