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I have recently contributed book reviews and articles in the areas of the economy, energy, the environment and social justice to Guardian online, Resurgence magazine, Church Times, Third Way, The Porch Magazine, Reform magazine and Modern Believing … Read articles
While working for the Met Office and Cambridge Econometrics, I authored and co-authored a number of peer-reviewed papers, articles and abstracts on the subjects of climate targets, weather forecasting research, the impact of weather on human health, and health forecasting and anticipatory care … Read academic output
As a consultant, I also wrote a number of reports that were subsequently published … Read consultancy output
“And the end of all our exploring.” is the name of my blog that I ran between 2011 and 2017 at exploring.org.uk. In 2017, I subsumed the blog into this website. I continue to blog about things that interest me. It’s good to read and encounter random stuff and see what sparks interest and ideas. Many of the things that interest me come from my explorings around my home in Exeter, hence the name of the blog, a quote from TS Eliot’s Little Gidding in Four Quartets … Read blog
I have contributed as a guest blogger to the Power Culture, Bright Now and EcoChurch Southwest blogs and campaigns … Read guest posts
From 2012 to 2017 I was the TEDxExeter Storyteller. Each year I blogged on the behind-the-scenes planning, wrote a series of reflections on the theme, and live-blogged each speaker and performance during the day. I also blogged on ideas sparked by a connection with TEDxExeter and TED talks, and edited a series of guest blogs and stories from contributers, team and volunteers … Read blog
Between September 2010 and September 2011, I lived alongside an Anglican Benedictine community of monks and nuns. In November 2010, we moved from Broad Marston Manor near Evesham to Mucknell Abbey, a new eco-monastery near Worcester. For seven months, I developed a practice of attentiveness and blogged on “Things that have interested me” … Read blog