My interview for the ‘Women in Sustainability‘ series and the early influence of the Greenham Common women’s peace camp.
“What do we mean by social change? How can it be achieved?
Writing an essay on this nebulous subject when studying for a PG Cert in Media, Campaigning & Social Change last year was one of the most frustrating yet satisfying, parts of my course. Continue reading “Understanding Change: Plastics”
In the last couple of weeks we have seen campaigners in court. Not for direct action that has long pushed the boundaries of what is lawful, but on the ‘other side’, challenging authorities for inaction on environmental issues.
From Flamenco Flashmobs to craftivism, environmental and social campaigners are getting creative by using illustration, craft and dance to put sustained pressure on business and governments
My editorial Radar: Issue 05 — Autumn / Fall 2014 Unusual Activsts: The Rise of Campaigning & Advocacy in Sustainability Strategies
Pressuring Lego to part ways with Shell, putting a stop to the gendered marketing of toys and fighting for the survival of bees: these are the 10 campaigns that have taken 2014 by storm
A film of Lego mini-figures drowning in oil became an online hit when Greenpeace took one of the most successful movies of the year and created its own version in a campaign to Save the Arctic.