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This project is being delivered in partnership with the following organisations:

This project is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council [grant number AH/W005824/1] and the funds are administered by Royal Holloway, University of London.

The archive partner for the project is National Life Stories at the British Library providing archiving and expert support.  At the end of the project the interviews will be catalogued into British Library Sound Archive and made freely accessible online with fully searchable transcripts.

The Royal Geographical Society will work with us on learning projects and teaching resources.

Friends of the Earth will support networking, events and dissemination.

The project sits within the Royal Holloway Centre for GeoHumanities which cultivates links between arts and humanities scholars, creative practitioners, geographers and the cultural and heritage sectors.

Associate Partners

We are delighted to welcome The Wildlife Trusts as an associate project partner that will support the project with advice, networking and events. Other organisations will be involved in in engagement and dissemination activities, including museums, environmental groups and media organisations.

Additional credits

Photography credits: We would also like to acknowledge and thank Callum Shaw and Garry Knight for the campaign photography used in the design of this project website.

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