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Nadine Andrews

Nadine Andrews

Nadine Andrews

Nadine's work is concerned with supporting individuals and organisations to live in more harmonious relationship with the natural world. Her transdisciplinary PhD at Lancaster University investigated psychosocial factors affecting environmental cognition and behaviour, drawing on ecolingustics and ecopsychology theory. Currently working as a science officer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Working Group II technical support unit, Nadine also teaches mindfulness and nature connection courses, and uses these approaches in her independent coaching and consultancy practice. She is a steering group member of the International Ecolinguistics Association, and a member of the Climate Psychology Alliance. Before embarking on the PhD, Nadine worked for many years in the arts and heritage sector as an independent consultant in strategic marketing, organisational development, management research and evaluation, training and facilitation. In her early career she worked in various aspects of music industry and festival management.

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