An environmental change & sustainability researcher interested in environmental archaeology and public engagement, working on a theatre project to explore climate change’s disruption of everyday lives.
I am Senior Lecturer in Environmental Change & Sustainability at Bath Spa University in the UK. I am interested in environmental archaeology and public engagement with climate change.
At present, I am working on a theatre project called The Last Hurrah (and The Long Haul) which has been created with actor/producer Rew Lowe and a company of acting students from Bath Spa. The play explores the disruptive effect of climate change on everyday lives, and is centred around the story of a remote whaling community. As a company, we are interested in talking to other groups engaged in climate change theatre and researchers who explore creative media for climate change engagement. We are currently (July 2019) rehearsing for performances in Bath in October 2019.