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 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.
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 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.
A researcher interested in environmental humanities, focusing on tourism discourses about nature and its ethical values.
A professor of Biology (University College London) whose research focuses on natural and cultural value and the impact of environmental change on biodiversity.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
A renewable energy technologies expert, leading the Zero Carbon Britain research at the Centre for Alternative Technology.
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.