The Generation Anthropocene project used science, art and culture as a platform to influence and lead public engagement on climate and the environment with young people from marginalised communities.
Michelle designed site specific and exploratory arts and conservation activities which combined creativity with climate science.
"It has been so powerful to see how we can use science and theatre to tell the stories of climate change, thinking about how the choices we make can affect not just the health of our planet, but also our health.
Working with Michelle as part of the climate change project has been a joy. She has been never-endingly enthusiastic and cheerful, being committed to delivering the sessions every week for the duration of the project. We have developed a really fantastic partnership which I hope will continue long after this particular project has finished."
Dr Kathryn Woods-Townsend
LifeLab Programme Manager
Associate Professor (Research)
Southampton Education School
NIHR Southampton Biomedical Research Centre