Researcher

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Adam Ledger
is a ClimateCultures Author
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An artistic director interested in how art practices can bring empowering messages about climate, and a senior lecturer in Drama and Theatre Arts (University of Birmingham).

Andrew Baldwin
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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.

Andrew Styan
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An emerging new media artist whose artistic strategies for understanding natural processes reflect previous research as a metallurgist and lifelong interests in nature, photography and science.

Anne-Marie Culhane
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An artist, educator, activist and collaborator across disciplines creating events, performances and projects that invite people into enquiring relationships with each other and the land.

Arran Stibbe
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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.

Beckie Leach
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An artist, teacher and storyteller creating experiences for participation with the natural environment, and training as a facilitator in deep listening and the work that reconnects.

Ben Twist
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Director of Creative Carbon Scotland, supporting the essential role of arts and culture in transformational change to a sustainable future, and a researcher exploring behaviour change.

Claire Dean
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A writer, editor, performer, project-maker and researcher exploring ways of bringing together traditional story forms and science communication with a focus on ecological wonder tales.

Clare Redfern
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An editor of Green Christian and organiser of an environment group, using films, music and poetry to communicate climate change and motivate group formation.

Cormac Walsh
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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.

Emelie Fälton
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A researcher interested in environmental humanities, focusing on tourism discourses about nature and its ethical values.

Fi Brown
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A writer and photographer, using these to inform, educate, discuss, and make people think about the world around us and our impact upon it.

Hayley Harrison
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A visual artist who paints and draws onto discarded plastic bags, packaging and paper, and is exploring an intrinsic connection towards nature that we have lost.

Helen Chatterjee
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A professor of Biology (University College London) whose research focuses on natural and cultural value and the impact of environmental change on biodiversity.

Helena Paul
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A poet, writer, performer and musician working on tropical forests and land rights, oil extraction, biological diversity, patents on life, biofuels, climate change and much more.

Inês Marques
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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.

Isabel Thomas
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A postgraduate student researching ecomusicology and ecospiritual music, and a singer and musician exploring ecological themes.

Jaime Moreno Tejada
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A historical geographer interested in the history of modernity and modern spaces, studying modernity in transnational perspective, geographical frontiers and the nature/culture divide.

Jaime Robles
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A writer and visual artist who has created several environmental poetry installations and collaborated on a dance–poem juxtaposing the natural world and the city in movement.

James Murray-White
is a ClimateCultures Author
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A writer and film maker linking art forms to dialogue around climate issues, who produced a weekend Festival of Change in Cambridge with NGO Pivotal.

Julia Marques
is a ClimateCultures Author
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A researcher interested in climate change theatre and the intersection between the arts and environmentalism / climate change science.

Katherine Pogson
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An artist and PhD student using the life cycles and movements of moths to investigate how we can reconnect with the other-than-human through materials and making.

Kristina Lomas
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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.

Laura Coleman
is a ClimateCultures Author
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A researcher investigating the role of arts venues in the context of climate change, and Founder of ONCA, a gallery and performance space inspiring positive action. 

Lisa Lucero
is a ClimateCultures Author
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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.

Lisa Matthews
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A poet, research student and sci-art practitioner, interested in practitioner-led discourse and new collaborations to take her Rachel Carson-focused work to events, festivals and conferences.

Madeleine Fagan
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An assistant professor in Politics and International Studies (Warwick University) whose research explores ethical theory in the context of apocalyptic narratives of climate change.

Mark Goldthorpe
is a ClimateCultures Author
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An independent researcher, facilitator and writer on environmental and climate change issues whose focus is on investigating, supporting and delivering cultural and creative responses.

Mark Nash-Williams
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A vicar of a remote rural parish, exploring how communities can become resilient and sustainable in the face of climate change.

Martin Mahony
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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.

Mat Osmond
is a ClimateCultures Author
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A visual artist, writer and essayist whose work’s central question is what ecological recovery requires of us, faced with anthropogenic mass-extinction.

Nadine Andrews
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A researcher, coach, facilitatior and consultant with cultural, arts and heritage organisations, specialising in creative nature-based and mindfulness-based approaches.

Ottavia Virzi
is a ClimateCultures Author
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A set and costume designer focusing on sustainability, heritage crafts and social history, and associate artist with Art Rise Up, a group merging art and activism.

Paul Allen
is a ClimateCultures Author
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A renewable energy technologies expert, leading the Zero Carbon Britain research at the Centre for Alternative Technology.

Roger Turner
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An historian of air studying how humans have tried to understand the atmosphere, working with media and museums to tell compelling stories grounded in archival documents.

Sabina Sallis
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A researching, collaborating, exhibiting artist and curator, using video, drawing, performance, sculpture and narrative that interweave fact and fiction to explore possible sustainable futures.

Salli Hipkiss
is a ClimateCultures Author
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A writer, artist and educator, producing picture books, a novel and songs, with a background teaching and facilitating arts and sustainability with schools and communities.

Sarah Thomas
is a ClimateCultures Author
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A non-fiction writer and documentary maker inspired by dwelling, working and walking in the land and stories of the people who are a part of it.

Scarlet Hall
is a ClimateCultures Author
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An artist who co-creates spaces of naming, questioning, healing and desiring in dedication to humans and non-humans who experience intimately the violent consequences of our disconnect.

Shamini Holloway
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A researcher, film maker and festival manager creating strategies to deliver sustainability through the arts and research ways to disseminate education in an entertaining way.

Shruti Shiva
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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.

Stephen Peake
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A senior lecturer in Environmental Technologies (Open University), writer and performer of playful attempts at disrupting our relationship with climate change: science, psychology and surreal dance.

Stuart Capstick
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A social scientist researching communication and public understanding of climate change, with a background in psychology and interest in creative and artistic approaches to climate change.

Veronica Sekules
is a ClimateCultures Author
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An art curator, educator and writer with a background in the environmental movement, who has created GroundWork Gallery to showcase art and campaign for the environment.

Wallace Heim
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A researcher and writer on performance and ecology, investigating how one ‘hears’ enmeshed dimensions of the human and other-than-human and the sonic languages of place.