Professor Amy Cutter-Mackenzie is the Project Leader of ‘Climate Change + Me’ research program. Amy is the Deputy Head of School Research for the School of Education at Southern Cross University (SCU). She is also the Research Leader of the SCU Research Cluster ‘Sustainability, Environment and Education’ (SEE). She has published over 150 publications with her latest book focussed on young children’s ecological play (Springer) and childhoodnature. She is wildly passionate about sustainability and children and young people’s voices in this plight. Amy is also a mother of two young children and lives in the hinterland of the Gold Coast/Tweed. For further details about Amy’s research click here or to email Amy email firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Rousell is the Co-Project Leader of the Climate Change and Me research program. He is a research fellow at Manchester Metropolitan University. He recently completed his PhD entitled States and Territories: Re-imagining university learning environments for the Anthropocene era. David has exhibited his artwork widely across Australia and overseas, and has published his scholarship in international journals. His current work explores the emerging intersections between contemporary art, sustainability, education and various strands of speculative philosophy. David lives with his wife, two children and cat in Manchester, UK. To contact David, email D.Rousell@mmu.ac.uk.
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