You can find all ClimateCultures Members listed here – Artists, Curators, Researchers and Others.
Members are listed alphabetically by their full name, but you can sort by Last Name, or search by any key word in the Find Listings box. There is a full list of the tags here, which you can use in the Find Listings box or Advanced Search form.
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A social anthropologist researching scientific, artistic, cultural and environmental histories of Brazilian landscapes, with a special interest in climate change, Anthropocene, nature and society, and imagination.
A designer and scenographer, and cofounder of Terabac and of EcoStage Pledge, an online initiative to promote sustainability amongst theatre practitioners.
A professor of Geography (Durham University), exploring how ‘climate change’ is a form of power shaping who we are and how we act in the world.
A reader in Ecological Linguistics (University of Gloucestershire), writer on language, reconnection with nature, the stories we live by, and founder of the International Ecolinguistics Association.
An actor, creative producer and founding member of company HOAX, who blend text, physical theatre and comedy to give voice to social and ecological issues.
A creater and producer of arts events that encourage sustainability and positive responses to the challenges of environmental threats and climate change.
Author of two near-future cli-fi novels and a writer of poetic/story musings, whose interests lay in reconciling with non-humans and exploring the human/creature boundaries.
A composer, improviser and performer who is currently focused on work with Terabac, composing songs about bugs and devising music inspired by the language of pheromones.
A poet and teacher exploring the effects of climate change, and Reader in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University.
A playwright and translator whose work focuses on the intersection of science, policy, art, and climate change, and co-organizer of Climate Change Theatre Action.
A biologist with a research focus on Rewilding and an interest in applying its concepts to integrate human and ecological systems for the benefit of all.
A poet with a background in theatre, collaborations with an illustrator and a songwriter, and practical and creative engagements with local landscapes and nature.
A PhD researcher exploring the ways in which encounters with interactive art may offer us different ways of knowing climate change.
An environmental geographer interested in coastal management and nature conservation in times of a changing climate, with a current focus on the Wadden Sea coast.
An artist whose painting and drawing explores environmental change through abstracted forms, registering the effects of climate change while evoking human systems undermined by environmental realities.
A 'climate activist of the literary kind,' promoting climate activist ideas, novels and movies. Motto: "Curious, empathetic, compassionate: What we should be as human beings."
A sculptor and photographer whose time-based work often reflects scientific and environmental concerns and reveals an intrinsic bias towards process and event.
A writer and performer of work for theatre, wrestling down big ideas about the world until they're small enough for us all to swallow.
A writer of plays and children’s books who's involved in climate activism as a divestment campaigner, member of “BP or not BP?” and an occasional mermaid.
A novelist, scriptwriter and writer of comics and graphic novels, as well as a non-fiction writer on carbon-free energy and sustainable development.
A multi-disciplinary artist and cultural activist interested in equality, diversity, inclusion, environment, climate-change and society.
A writer of long and short fiction and articles, who started writing about climate change to answer the question – ‘How, really, will it be?’
A freelance theatre director and writer, and Theatre and Performance Section Editor of It's Freezing in LA!, an inter-disciplinary magazine about Climate Change
A researcher interested in environmental humanities, focusing on tourism discourses about nature and its ethical values.
A writer, mainly for children and young people, who is passionate about engaging people with climate change and the beauty of the natural world.
A physical theatre performer and director and founding member of HOAX, specialising in concrete pipe dreams and provocative contemporary work.
A poet, playwright, essayist, broadcaster and novelist whose latest climate change work is the near-future live performance for radio re-broadcast [sic] of ‘Ireland has struck oil!‘
A professor of Biology (University College London) whose research focuses on natural and cultural value and the impact of environmental change on biodiversity.
A freelance project manager, Director of the Happy Museum Project, investigating how the museum sector can respond to the challenge of creating a more sustainable future.
A researcher focused on subjects that connect science and design fields and have deep critical and social impact, such as sustainability, culture, heritage and education.
A historical geographer interested in the history of modernity and modern spaces, studying modernity in transnational perspective, geographical frontiers and the nature/culture divide.
A visual artist working with people and places, whose individual and participatory practices generate practice-led research into the value of artful, embodied and place-based learning.
A textile and environmental artist working in a wide variety of settings and communities, in conversation with people and places, for installations, exhibitions and workshops.
A multi-disciplinary artist using plastic to create work highlighting its impact on the environment and the vast amounts of it created, used and discarded every day.
A writer and performer and Director of Outrider Anthems, an arts company that seeks to change hearts and minds through creativity.
A multimedia artist creating work, installations and interventions, interested in mapping, walking, public space, sense of place, layers of history and the power of objects.
A freelance film and performance maker using documentary to bear witness to the unique stories of people and places, identity and landscape
A composer who, since an Arctic voyage 'wake-up call' with Cape Farewell, has written two operas relating to climate change and an orchestral work, Gaia Theory.
An 'undisciplined' researcher exploring how re-presentations -- popular culture, arts, media, and scenarios -- of futures, presents and pasts shape problem formulations, expectations and action (or the lack).
A researcher interested in climate change theatre and the intersection between the arts and environmentalism / climate change science.
A former journalist, environment reporter and tv news editor who writes poetry about eco issues and was runner-up in the 2018 Ginkgo Poetry Prize.
An artist whose works are all, in some way, related to technology and our relation with it and wishes to expand notions of what is art.
A poet, short story writer and performer, and a fledgling singer-songwriter whose first song is an offshoot from her poetry commission from Weatherfronts 2016.
A composer interested in ritual and collective expression as a way of responding to climate change, using poetry to connect the issues with the human condition.
An artist whose immersive what-if storymaking games explore real-world issues through collaborative play to bring possible futures into clearer focus, and imagine positive action
Convener of the Anthropocene Transitions Program at UTS Business School, Sydney, stimulating transformations for the challenges of an age of radical uncertainty and existential crisis.
A researcher helping arts and cultural organisations to improve their environmental and energy management and understand their inter-dependencies and relationships with natural and human made systems.
An environmental artist making temporary works in the landscape as a way of re-connecting with life’s endless processes and essential unity and sharing this with others.
A professor of Anthropology focusing on how Maya and other societies dealt with climate change: the emergence and demise of political power, ritual and water management.
A composer, pianist and collaborator on keyboard conversations about climate change with economists, lawyers, scientists, artists and other thinkers across the world.
A Creative Climate Leader, and Executive Producer at London's Royal Court, Chair of London Theatre Consortium and Chair of Trustees for Clod Ensemble
An artist who examines acoustic ecology through field recording, digital illustration, performance and printmaking, to interpret bird vocalisations, celebrate nature and promote wildlife conservation.
An assistant professor in Politics and International Studies (Warwick University) whose research explores ethical theory in the context of apocalyptic narratives of climate change.
A vicar of a remote rural parish, exploring how communities can become resilient and sustainable in the face of climate change.
A human geographer interested in the contemporary politics of climate change, how future atmospheres are imagined, constructed, represented and contested and historical geographies of environmental knowledge-making.
An abstract artist and painter whose work addresses the anoxic in relation to human responsibility and far reaching ecological scenarios impacting the ocean.
A writer, musician and photographer, with a regular column on climate change, whose novel, New Clone City (2018), features environmental themes in an urban setting.
An artist whose practice reconnects the human body with nature in the context of our synthetic tech-driven environments and deteriorating relationship with the natural environment.
An ecoscenographer, community artist, ethical textile accessories crafter, and body painter, with a strong interest in social and ecological conscious design.
A writer and book artist with a particular interest in the polar regions and water conservation.
A media professional who has set up The ClimateMedia Net to encourage writers, producers and commissioning editors to develop popular content on climate change.
A poet whose collections 'The Farewell Glacier' and 'Out of Range' explore the Arctic and climate change through human/non-human voices, and the impact of 'Generation Anthropocene'.
A fiction and non-fiction writer and editor for the Dark Mountain network of writers, artists and thinkers who've stopped believing the stories our civilisation tells itself.
An organiser for Cambridge Carbon Footprint, especially interested in increasing understanding of and demonstrating the circular economy.
An artist using photography in its broadest sense - analogue and digital process, natural materials and camera-less methods of image making - to explore our relationship to nature.
A renewable energy technologies expert, leading the Zero Carbon Britain research at the Centre for Alternative Technology.
A performance maker whose dance, music, ritual and writing deal with love, neglect of body, destruction of environment and atrophy of soul in consumerist society.
A professional, bridging the science-policy-practice divide, with 30 years experience in intercultural dialogue in environment and climate change, and an amateur theatre director for community conservation.
A visual artist interested in the relationship between humans and nature, how we perceive, romanticise and translate the landscape and our influence on the environment.
A freelance writer, oral historian and community engagement worker now very much focused on writing about climate change in an accessible way, through comedy and documentary.
An artist who uses photography in a search for illumination, playing out the metaphysical question of just how little light is required to dispel darkness.
A writer and historian of science interested in how narrative can create a bridge between people who hold different values about climate change.
A poet, performer and artistbook maker focusing on the sea, its ecosystems and its interdependence with people, and the impacts of climate change and pollution.
An architect, sustainable designer and writer interested in the medium of text, exploring the repercussions of climate change through the lens of calculations, designs and technicalities.
A teacher of ethics, literature, creative writing and environmental humanities, interested in embodiment, affect, ecocriticism, and climate change narratives relating to future identities in critical posthumanism.
A poet, performer, educator and editor whose work engages a range of environmental issues including wildlife conservation and climate change.
An artist and producer with substantial experience of producing creative work about environmental change.
An artist whose practice explores post-Anthropocentric visions, resisting climate change and ecology becoming decontextualised and intangible by gathering up and recontextualising fragmented information.